• Computer Science, Physics
  • Published in ArXiv 2012

"I Wanted to Predict Elections with Twitter and all I got was this Lousy Paper" - A Balanced Survey on Election Prediction using Twitter Data

@article{GayoAvello2012IWT,
  title={"I Wanted to Predict Elections with Twitter and all I got was this Lousy Paper" - A Balanced Survey on Election Prediction using Twitter Data},
  author={Daniel Gayo-Avello},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1204.6441}
}
Predicting X from Twitter is a popular fad within the Twitter research subculture. It seems both appealing and relatively easy. Among such kind of studies, electoral prediction is maybe the most attractive, and at this moment there is a growing body of literature on such a topic. This is not only an interesting research problem but, above all, it is extremely difficult. However, most of the authors seem to be more interested in claiming positive results than in providing sound and reproducible… CONTINUE READING

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