Listening to Data: Interpreting Twitter Sentiment Analysis using Tone Analyzer and Personality Insights of PAG-ASA and Phivolcs

London Journal of Research in Computer Science and Technology
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Christianne Lynnette Cabanban , Stephan Kupsch, Randy Joy M. Ventayen, Thelma D. Palaoag
Classification: K.8.1, K.4.2
Keywords: NA
Language: English

Twitter, a microblogging site plays a vital role in spreading information during natural disasters. The volume of tweets posted during crisis and disaster tend to be extremely high, making it hard for disaster-affected communities and disaster management team of a local government unit to process the information in a timely manner. In this research, we describe different data mining techniques that can be used for extracting information from microblog posts that will be a basis of creating a machine learning called Disastweet: An Open-Source Tweet Mining Tool for Disaster Management. Specifically, we focus on extracting valuable information from tweets that is brief, self-contained relevant to disaster response.


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