Corpus ID: 58160743

Sentiment analysis in microblogging: a practical implementation

  title={Sentiment analysis in microblogging: a practical implementation},
  author={Mauro Cohen and Pablo Damiani and Sebasti{\'a}n Durandeu and Renzo Navas and H. Merlino and Enrique Fern{\'a}ndez},
This paper presents a system that can take short messages relevant to a particular topic from a microblogging service such as Twitter or Facebook, analyze the messages for the sentiments they carry on, and classify them. In particular, the system addresses this problem by retrieving raw data from Twitter one of the most popular microblogging platforms pre-processing on that raw data, and finally analyzing it using machine learning techniques to classify them by sentiment as either positive or… Expand
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Ambiente de Integración de Herramientas para Exploración de Datos
  • Centrados en la Web. Tesis de Magister en Ingeniería del Software. Convenio Universidad Politécnica de Madrid - ITBA. Year
  • 2010
5.1 What is text mining