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Catch Trend Words

This systems runs by analysing RSS-Atom feed on internet. When you define RSS links of websites that you follow and you need to be analysed to the system, system will analyse words in each article and post and lists based on related Pattern (See also: Pattern Definition)).

Catch Trend Words (CTW) is optimized for English language. For other languages, RSS feed can produce results for high number of words and for common words of that language. Please check Eliminating Words section for more detail.

CTW tasks are time-based processes that run on the background. Task related lists and analysis results will be listed after certain period.

For using CTW within legal limitation, see also: Usage within legal limitations

Trend Words

1. Working with tasks

AnnDN analysis words based on defined tasks. For a task definition, you need to add RSS link (URL) and relate the task with pre-defined pattern.

Define a Task

You can open definition screen with Add a Trend Task button on the top menu.

You can add RSS link or select RSS from pre-defined templates on this window.

After adding URL, you need to test RSS and readability of related website by clicking on Verify URL button. Only readable and error-free RSS URLs will be added to your tasks.

If your URL is verified, you will see other areas to select:

  • Task Name automatically comes from RSS but you can change this name as you like it.
  • Pattern can be selected from pre-defined pattern lists.
  • Consecutive Words selection enables RSS word analysis for connection of consecutive words. This selection might make management of word lists harder for tasks without suitable patterns. Therefore, this property must be used carefully.
  • Task TLD selection is used for creating domain name for words captured by tasks. WhoIs queries are completed on the list and when you want to add the names to your domain list, TLD selections are meaningful.

Tasks are created after clicking Add Button and added to task list on the left-hand side. Now, RSS feed will automatically read by the system and analysed based on related pattern.

* Max 12 active CTW Tasks can be defined.

Edit a Task

You can edit a pre-defined task. To do that, you need to click to Edit button on Task Detail field. Definition pop-up will be opened in Edit mode.

Actions you can take here:

  • You can change Task Name.
  • You can change related Patterns. In this case, words that are selected for old pattern will be kept on the task. But for newly read feeds and analysed words, new Pattern will be applied.
  • You can change Consecutive option. Words that are selected for old pattern will be kept on the task. New selection will be valid for new feeds.
  • You can change TLD selection. Domain names that are selected for old pattern will be kept on the task. New selection will be valid for new feeds.
  • Active/Pause: you can pause an active task. In this case, new feed from RSS will not be read for related task and words will not be processed. You can view paused task under Paused tab and activate the task again.
  • Delete Task: You can completely delete a task. In this case, listed words (if not listed in another task) will be deleted.

2. Task Detail Field

All information related with a task on Task Lists will be presented on detail field on the right-hand side.

Domain List

Word lists read for RSS feeds of this tasks are listed based on optimisation filter prepared for defined Patterns and in English language.

Actions on this list are:

  • BackOrder/BuyNow: you are directed to web page of related registrar.
  • WhoIs (W); you can view whois record of the selected domain.
  • Add to My List (L): you can add selected domain to My Domain or Follow Up domain list.
  • RSS/Atom Feeds List (F): you can list RSS documents with the words independent of the task. You can open related document (web page) on a list. RSS records of tasks with same words are also listed here. This list enables you to analyse documents-web pages that has words you are interested in and to have clear idea.
  • WhoIs for 'com' (C); WhoIs record for 'com' TLD of selected word is viewed. You need to select (click on) record on the list to use Shortcut.
  • WhoIs for 'net' (N); WhoIs record for 'net' TLD of selected word is viewed.
  • WhoIs for 'org' (O); WhoIs record for 'org' TLD of selected word is viewed.

Feed List

WhoIs Record

Additionally, you can export your active lists to Excel with button .

Eliminating Words

You can prevent seeing same words again that you are not interested in listed by the system. As you use this property, CTW lists will be more refined. You need to use Remove and don't show again button or button to eliminate entire listed page.

Although system is optimised for most common words in English language and for brands, in certain cases, commonly known world might list brand or website. You can eliminate these and re-list.

Eliminating process will produced more refined results for you.

WhoISed Tab

This is a summary lists that includes WhoIs query result and status.

Added To Lists Tab

Results under this task shows domains added to your lists.

Pattern Tab

On the right-hand side of Detail field, pattern details that are related to task (with RSS feeds analysis) are presented.

RSS Feeds Tab

RSS feed details and whether these feeds are processed or not. It is possible to direct to related website by using these details.

Task Status Field

You can view task definition and feed processing information from this field.

You can see RSS Feed numbers read and processed by the system under this field.

3. Usage within legal limitations

  • RSS structures are documents in XML format and designed for machine reading. There are thousands of RSS Readers for RSS structures. AnnDN software CTW module is a type of RSS reader. Words are separated and filtered from read documents and presented to users.
  • CTW module cannot read documents or web pages that are encrypted, that need authorisation or database access. Only public documents and web pages that are open for public access are read.
  • Read data are not used for any commercial purpose (data sales, gaining commercial advantages, market analysis etc.). Retrieved data is the information of “uniqueness of word” presented for individual use of users.
  • Obtained data cannot be published or distributed. According to copyright laws, documents cannot be distributed in another environment. However, words can be collected and obtaining statistical information from these words will not breach copyright rules.
  • CTW modules reads each web page with minimum 10 minute intervals. This process will not slow down the website. Since reading is completed on RSS feed, newly published documents on related category are read. This reading process uses same public protocols with page opening of a browser.
  • We recommend CTW users to analyse Terms of Services and Terms of Use sections of websites they want to add as RSS sources and add RSS link unless otherwise stated. For example, MIT Technology Review sites stated that they are not allowing data reading.