Twitter Sentiment Mining: A Multi Domain Analysis
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Microblogging such as Twitter provides a rich source of information about products, personalities, and trends, etc. We proposed a simple methodology for analyzing sentiment of users in Twitter. First, we automatically collected Twitter corpus in positive and negative tweets. Second, we built a simple sentiment classifier by utilizing the Naive Bayes model to determine the positive and negative sentiment of a tweet. Third, we tested the classifier against a collection of users’ opinions from five interesting domains of Twitter, i.e., news, finance, job, movies, and sport. The experimental results show that it is feasible to use Twitter corpus alone to classify new tweet for a certain domain applications.
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