We Feel: Mapping Emotion on Twitter

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Research data on predisposition to mental health problems, and the fluctuations and regulation of emotions, thoughts, and behaviors are traditionally collected through surveys, which cannot provide a real-time insight into the emotional state of individuals or communities. Large datasets such as World Health Organization (WHO) statistics are collected less… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/JBHI.2015.2403839

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@article{Larsen2015WeFM, title={We Feel: Mapping Emotion on Twitter}, author={Mark Erik Larsen and Tjeerd W. Boonstra and Philip J. Batterham and Bridianne O'Dea and C{\'e}cile Paris and Helen Christensen}, journal={IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics}, year={2015}, volume={19}, pages={1246-1252} }