The Symplur API gives access to insights from the Healthcare Social Graph®
Healthcare Social Graph is the vast neural network of public healthcare communities, conversations and people, hand curated by Symplur and powered by machine learning.
Data available via the API
The raw and unstructured public social media data that has been processed by Symplur's technology platform results in what we call the Healthcare Social Graph. The Symplur API provides access to these billions of data points that map the interconnections and interactions between people, organizations, healthcare topics and conversations on the public social media with up to 8 years of history. It also contains millions of healthcare influencers across thousands of topics.
- Power visualizations on internal organization dashboards
- Data enrichments of existing internal knowledge bases
- Provide structured insights for data science teams and projects
Highlighted API endpoints
The API delivers lists of influencers for any healthcare topic.
- Healthcare stakeholder engagement
See a breakdown of engagement by stakeholders over time.
- Impactful tweets
Discover truly impactful tweets, not by simply counting retweets received, but by only weighing the retweets from influential people known to healthcare.
- Articles shared
Understand what content engages which healthcare stakeholder groups the most.
- Conversation topics
Learn what phrases and keywords are most discussed for a given time period.
- Longitudinal KOL Analysis
Explore an influential account's topical influence in the world of healthcare over a period of time.
The Symplur API is JSON based, follows REST design principles, and uses OAuth 2.0 for authentication.
See a full list of all available API endpoints, filters and parameters at the Symplur API Docs pages.
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See the API in action
All datapoints and visualizations on our own Symplur Signals Dashboards product are fully supported by the Symplur API. Take a look at the free demo to see the API perform in real-time.
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