Sentiment of Emojis

@article{Novak2015SentimentOE,
  title={Sentiment of Emojis},
  author={Petra Kralj Novak and Jasmina Smailovic and Borut Sluban and I. Mozetic},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2015},
  volume={10}
}
There is a new generation of emoticons, called emojis, that is increasingly being used in mobile communications and social media. In the past two years, over ten billion emojis were used on Twitter. Emojis are Unicode graphic symbols, used as a shorthand to express concepts and ideas. In contrast to the small number of well-known emoticons that carry clear emotional contents, there are hundreds of emojis. But what are their emotional contents? We provide the first emoji sentiment lexicon… Expand
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