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Sharing emotions at scale: The Vent dataset

@article{Lykousas2019SharingEA,
  title={Sharing emotions at scale: The Vent dataset},
  author={Nikolaos Lykousas and Constantinos Patsakis and Andreas Kaltenbrunner and Vicenç G{\'o}mez},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1901.04856}
}
  • Nikolaos Lykousas, Constantinos Patsakis, +1 author Vicenç Gómez
  • Published in ICWSM 2019
  • Computer Science
  • The continuous and increasing use of social media has enabled the expression of human thoughts, opinions, and everyday actions publicly at an unprecedented scale. We present the Vent dataset, the largest annotated dataset of text, emotions, and social connections to date. It comprises more than 33 millions of posts by nearly a million of users together with their social connections. Each post has an associated emotion. There are 705 different emotions, organized in 63 "emotion categories… CONTINUE READING

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