Unlike manual processing, semantic analysis makes it possible to quickly process each answer in a consistent and uniform manner, assigning it one or more codes part of a classification scheme. In regular surveys, this analysis can be reapplied to new waves almost instantaneously


Through automated coding, survey institutes can free themselves of tasks with low added value, and can refocus on their core business: analyzing and synthesizing the surveys they conduct. In addition, textual data mining brings out emerging phenomena that were not anticipated by the classification scheme.

Productivity gain
No more constraints on open questions