Process some documents

Now that you have your access token, you can send documents to Semantria. Since Semantria is asynchronous, you will need to request them as well. Here is a simple script to submit documents for analysis and retrieve them. Note that in this script, we don't take any action to handle failing cases, such as a document length being too long. If such an error occurs this simply exits.
To run this set the environment variable SEMANTRIA_TOKEN to your access token before running the script or replace the assignment (e.g., SEMANTRIA_TOKEN = "" )

# send batch of documents using the default English language template
# we are using a job ID here to enable multiple senders and receivers to not cause issues
curl -X POST "" \
  -H "x-app-name: curl_test" \
  -H "Authorization: $SEMANTRIA_TOKEN" \
  -H "Content-type: application/json" \
  --data-binary '[{"id": "Sutton_Hoo_Helmet", "text": "Sutton Hoo Helmet is a 2002 sculpture by ...SNIP... mining"}}]'
# poll for docs
curl -X GET "" \
  -H "x-app-name: curl_test" \
  -H "Authorization: $SEMANTRIA_TOKEN" \
  -H "Content-type: application/json"
import json, requests, sys, os, time, uuid


# Some sample text
initialTexts = [
    "Lisa - there's 2 Skinny cow coupons available $5 skinny cow ice cream coupons on special k boxes and Printable FPC from facebook - a teeny tiny cup of ice cream. I printed off 2 (1 from my account and 1 from dh's). I couldn't find them instore and i'm not going to walmart before the 19th. Oh well sounds like i'm not missing much",
    "In Lake Louise - a guided walk for the family with Great Divide Nature Tours rent a canoe on Lake Louise or Moraine Lake  go for a hike to the Lake Agnes Tea House. In between Lake Louise and Banff - visit Marble Canyon or Johnson Canyon or both for family friendly short walks. In Banff  a picnic at Johnson Lake rent a boat at Lake Minnewanka  hike up Tunnel Mountain  walk to the Bow Falls and the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel  visit the Banff Park Museum. The \"must-do\" in Banff is a visit to the Banff Gondola and some time spent on Banff Avenue - think candy shops and ice cream.",
    "On this day in 1786 - In New York City  commercial ice cream was manufactured for the first time.",

headers = {'content-type': 'application/json',
           'x-api-version': '5.0',
           'Authorization': SEMANTRIA_TOKEN}
params = {'using': 'en'}

# Send 'text_list' to Semantria for processing.
def send_batch(text_list):
    batch = []
    for text in text_list:
        doc_id = str(uuid.uuid4())
        batch.append({'id': doc_id, 'text': text})
    print('Sending batch')
    response ='',
                             json=batch, headers=headers, params=params)
    if response.status_code not in [200, 202]:
        print('ERROR: problem submitting batch. status: {}, message: {}'.format(
            response.status_code, response.text))
    print ("{0} documents queued successfully".format(len(batch)))

# Poll Semantria for analysis results until some are received.
def poll_for_results():
    while True:
        response = requests.get('', headers=headers)
        if response.status_code not in [200]:
            print('ERROR: problem polling. status: {}, message: {}'.format(
                response.status_code, response.text))
        results = response.json()
        if results:
            print('Got results:\n')
            json.dump(results, sys.stdout, indent=4, sort_keys=True)



In a real application, you will want to have one job for queueing and another for requesting.

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