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Sentiment analysis model for Twitter data in Polish language

by   Karol Chlasta, et al.

Text mining analysis of tweets gathered during Polish presidential election on May 10th, 2015. The project included implementation of engine to retrieve information from Twitter, building document corpora, corpora cleaning, and creating Term-Document Matrix. Each tweet from the text corpora was assigned a category based on its sentiment score. The score was calculated using the number of positive and/or negative emoticons and Polish words in each document. The result data set was used to train and test four machine learning classifiers, to select these providing most accurate automatic tweet classification results. The Naive Bayes and Maximum Entropy algorithms achieved the best accuracy of respectively 71.76 were completed using R programming language.


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