If you want to learn about certain topics or missed a webinar date: Here you find the recorded webinars the AX staff have held. If you have questions about the content, suggestions for new webinar topics or would like to get the corresponding slide decks, please contact us via chat.
How to work with Branches
In this webinar Peter gives an introduction to working with branches. Branches are visual representations of the structures of statements, they provide an easy way to write statements in more variable ways and arrange their components for different conditions.
Variance In-Depth Tutorial
Producing unique texts is one of the key features of our platform. Peter shows you how to create texts that differ in their choice of words, optical appearance and message.
NLG Projects in E-Commerce
Do you want to know how to kick off and steer a Natural Language Generation Project? Vita presents all important aspects of an NLG project, which actions you have to take in a particular order and how you control it optimally.
API for data and texts
Peter explains to you how to upload data and download your texts via the AX API. With this knowledge you can seamlessly integrate our services into your platform.
Histograms - Statistics about collections in texts
"The smartphone with the biggest display" - With histograms you can derive statements about the whole collection, not only about one document. Peter provides you with everything you need for working with histograms and their applications.
Combining multiple elements into Groups
To combine individual elements e.g. product features in one statement you use group nodes. Nyam gives an overview of the applications and use cases for Groups on the NLG platform.
Trigger and Logic - In-Depth Tutorial
Nyam has prepared a webinar to teach you the basics of working with Logic and Triggers. You'll learn how to control what a container says and which statement will be chosen.
Modifying data with Mapping Expressions
To get meaningful content you often have to modify your data. Peter explains you how to do this using mapping nodes and mapping expressions.