Method optimized for publishers.Note: This method only works with texts that has a publish_date.
|collection_id||unique int (required)|
Collection where source text is stored
Source text id
|allow_later_texts||boolean (required) (default: false)|
If texts that are published later (has a newer publish_date) than the source article is allowed in the result set.
If external references are used.If both text_id and ext_text_id is provided, then text_id will prevail.
|wait||int (default: 5)|
Wait time before disconnecting.Increase this if your connection disconnects.
|limit||int (default: 50)|
Max number of results to return
|collection_scope||int array (default: same as collection_id)|
Collections to search for related texts in
|days_old||int (default: 90)|
The maximum days old (compared to the source text) a text is allowed to be for be included in the result.
|tags_skip_tag_related||boolean (default: false)|
By default it is possible to find related texts based on only tagging. If you want to turn this feature of set to true.
|tags_min_common_tags||int (default: 2)|
Number of related tags needed to be assumed related when doing tag related search.
|tags_include_categories||Array (String) (default: all tag categories)|
Define what tag categories should be searched for common tags. (unknown, person, location, organization).
Example: If only "person" is set then only tags that are categorized as a person are used when finding related texts based on tags.
|sem_skip_tag_related||boolean (default: false)|
Turn off searching of related texts that has a semantic relevance that is between "sem_min_threshold" and "sem_max_threshold".Setting this to true makes "sem_min_common_tags" obsolete.
|sem_min_common_tags||int (default: 1)|
Number of tags that the source text must have in common with the texts that has a semantic relevance but is not directly qualified by the "sem_max_threshold"
|sem_max_threshold||double (default: 0)|
Texts with a semantic relevance higher than this value is considered related regardless of how many common tags the result text has with the source text.We usually recommend setting this to ~0.85
|sem_min_threshold||double (default: 0.5)|
Texts must have a semantic relevance higher than this value to exist in the result set.We usually recommend setting this to ~0.6