emotional analitics

I can see the future of
that story right now.

Your story will be graphed and
You will be able to see the flow of emotions with your eyes.

Let's get to it.


Very simple to use

Step 1Step 1


Prepare productss etc. in the specified format.

Step 2Step 2


Upload the prepared formatting data from the administration screen.

Step 3Step 3


When the product and other information is uploaded, the analysis begins. Coffee break until the analysis is complete.

Step 4Step 4


After the analysis is complete, the results of the analysis are displayed as a graph in the admin screen. Now, let's check it out!


78% is supported by machines. Humans need to refine the other 22%.

People are often unable to evaluate fairly what they have created. That's why we've developed a system that uses a machine to quantitatively evaluate and objectively review what you've produced. This allows you to hone up to 78% of your creativity first, and then use the remaining 22% to unleash your creativity to the fullest. It's time for machine and human creativity to complement each other.


Simple Features

Graphing Emotions Over Time

By using machine learning to chronologize emotions, you can visualize that movement that the products encompasses and discover areas for improvement and more.

Anytime, anywhere, with anyone.

Simple deposit in the cloud for instant access. Easy to share information with co-producers. Future plans include the ability to manage multiple versions.

Instant search

Find the full text of your character's lines, toography, etc. It will bring back that word you've forgotten in an instant.


We have a plan for you to choose from.


Free ($0)/Month

Monthly Free

  • 1 account
  • Free analysis of up to 2000 lines per month
  • ¢15/10 LINES for 2001 lines and above
  • Data storage for up to 10 cases
  • History management up to 10 generations
  • Monthly Free
  • User Management Features
  • Priority Analysis


Individual quotation


  • Number of accounts available
  • Number of titles that can be registered and stored
  • Number of changes per work that can be managed
  • Other ancillary services (creation of various databases, user management functions, priority analysis functions, etc.)