Amazon Comprehend
Developer Guide

Analyzing Documents Using the Console

The Amazon Comprehend console enables you to analyze the contents of documents up to 1,000 characters long. The results are shown in the console so that you can review the analysis.

To start analyzing documents, sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon Comprehend console.

You can replace the sample text with your own text either in English or one of the other languages supported by Amazon Comprehend and then choose Analyze to get an analysis of your text.

Entity types


                Amazon Comprehend entity analysis

The text is color-coded to indicate different entity types such as organizations, locations, dates, and persons.

Below the text being analyzed, the Results pane shows more information about the text. Each entry shows the entity, its category, and the level of confidence Amazon Comprehend has in this analysis.


                The Entity section of the console
                        Analysis pane.

For more information, see Detect Entities

Key phrases

The Key phrases tab lists key noun phrases that Amazon Comprehend detected in the input text and the associated confidence level.

For more information, see Detect Key Phrases.


                The Key phrases tab.

Language

The Language tab shows the dominant language of the text and Amazon Comprehend's level of confidence that it's detected the dominant language correctly. Amazon Comprehend can recognize 100 languages. For more information, see Detect the Dominant Language.


                The Language tab.

Sentiment

The Sentiment tab shows the overall emotional sentiment of the text. Sentiment can be rated neutral, positive, negative, or mixed. In this case, each emotional sentiment has a confidence rating, providing an estimate by Amazon Comprehend for that sentiment being dominant.

For more information, see Determine Sentiment.


                The Sentiment tab.

Syntax

The Syntax tab shows a breakdown of each element in the text, along with its part of speech and the associated confidence score.

For more information, see Analyze Syntax.


                The Syntax tab.