Sentic API provides the semantics and sentics associated with more than 14,000 common sense concepts.
A full list of such concepts is available at http://sentic.net/api/en/concept.
Other API methods include http://sentic.net/api/en/concept/CONCEPT_NAME for getting all the available information associated with a specific concept and more fine-grained methods for getting semantics, sentics, and polarity, respectively:
The full set of conceptual features associated with the concept of love, for example, can be retrieved with the command http://sentic.net/api/en/concept/love
In case only the semantics associated with love are needed, e.g., for gisting or auto-categorization tasks, these can be obtained through http://sentic.net/api/en/concept/love/semantics
Similarly, the sentics associated with the concept love, useful for tasks such as affective HCI or theory of mind, can be retrieved with the command http://sentic.net/api/en/concept/love/sentics. For interpreting sentics in a categorical sense, please refer to the Hourglass model. As for the concept love, for example, the resulting sentic levels correspond to the mood-tags joy and trust
Finally, the polarity associated with love, which can be exploited for more standard sentiment analysis tasks, can be obtained through http://sentic.net/api/en/concept/love/polarity
Please acknowledge the authors by citing sentic computing in any research work or presentation containing results obtained in whole or in part through the use of the API (also accesible online through a Python package).