Event labels are succinct descriptive attributes attached to events that can help with granular data selection and feature engineering use cases.

For example, within the Conferences category, knowing the subject(s) covered within the conference (science-and-technology, educational, automotive, etc.) may help you narrow down on events that are relevant to your business.

Each event record has two separate label fields (phq_labels and labels).

All categories have the new phq_labels and will be used by default.

Event labels can be searched by using thephq_labels field.

Some labels which repeat the category name such as label: academic have been removed.

phq_labels will be used by default as all legacy labels have been migrated.

PHQ Labels

PHQ Labels are generated through newer Large Language Models (LLMs) and overall achieve a higher standard of specificity and relevance in highlighting an event's key themes when compared to legacy methods.

This field is named phq_labels.

PHQ Labels are available for the following categories:

  • Concerts

  • Conferences

  • Expos

  • Festivals

  • Performing Arts

  • Community

  • Acdemic

  • Airport-delays

  • Daylight-savings

  • Disasters

  • Health-warnings

  • Observances

  • Politics

  • Public-holidays

  • Severe weather

  • School-holidays

  • Terror

  • Sports

Labels (Legacy)

Legacy labels are still returned in order to preserve backwards compatibility with existing user implementations.

This field is named labels

Legacy labels are available for all event categories.


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