Getting Started<br />
Creating a Stream in DataSift<br /> 1. Select the Create Stream button on any page on DataSift<br />
Creating a Stream in DataSift<br />2. Fill in the title, description, and tags for your Stream<br />The Title and Descript...
Creating a Stream in DataSift<br />3. Create your first stream definition<br />This is the Stream Editor<br />There is a d...
Creating a Stream in DataSift<br />4. Hit the Save button<br />Your Stream is now saved<br />You can use the breadcrumbs t...
FSDL: Example Predicates<br />The following are some examples of some simple predicates:<br />interaction.content contains...
FSDL: Example Definitions<br />Here are examples of more complex definitions composed of multiple terms:<br />(interaction...
Questions<br />You can get more help, support, examples and user content on the DataSift Support website:<br />http://supp...
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This slide deck runs through how to create your first DataSift Streams and the basics of the FSDL.

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Getting started with DataSift

  1. 1. Getting Started<br />
  2. 2. Creating a Stream in DataSift<br /> 1. Select the Create Stream button on any page on DataSift<br />
  3. 3. Creating a Stream in DataSift<br />2. Fill in the title, description, and tags for your Stream<br />The Title and Description will be shown next to your Stream<br />The Tags will be used for search and categorisation of your Stream<br />Enabling the Private checkbox will make your Stream visible only to you<br />
  4. 4. Creating a Stream in DataSift<br />3. Create your first stream definition<br />This is the Stream Editor<br />There is a default stream definition already inserted for you<br />Why not try changing “hello world” to a different value?<br />e.g. interaction.content contains “cat”<br />
  5. 5. Creating a Stream in DataSift<br />4. Hit the Save button<br />Your Stream is now saved<br />You can use the breadcrumbs to go back to see a live preview of the results<br />
  6. 6. FSDL: Example Predicates<br />The following are some examples of some simple predicates:<br />interaction.content contains “#rdgtweetup”<br />twitter.user.friends_count >= 1000<br />interaction.content contains_word “net”<br />interaction.geo exists<br />author.username in "dtsn,nickhalstead,chris_alexander,datasift“<br />Please note that you can only use the IN operator on whole target values<br />
  7. 7. FSDL: Example Definitions<br />Here are examples of more complex definitions composed of multiple terms:<br />(interaction.contentcontains_phrase "Justin Bieber« <br />OR interaction.contentcontains_phrase "Justin Beiber")<br />(interaction.contentcontains_word "Nokia"<br />OR interaction.contentcontains_word "Motorola"<br />OR interaction.contentcontains_word "Palm")<br />AND interaction.contentcontains_word "phone“<br />interaction.contentcontains_word "#rdgfestival"<br />OR interaction.contentcontains_word "#readingfestival" <br />OR rule "4315e367618830de6224c479f35db4ca<br />
  8. 8. Questions<br />You can get more help, support, examples and user content on the DataSift Support website:<br />http://support.datasift.net<br />You can also ask us on Twitter:<br />@datasift<br />

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