Al-Bahir Journal for Engineering and Pure Sciences


Twitter is a social media platform where users can post, read, and interact with 'tweets'. Third party like corporate organization can take advantage of this huge information by collecting data about their customers' opinions. The use of emoticons on social media and the emotions expressed through them are the subjects of this research paper. The purpose of this paper is to present a model for analyzing emotional responses to real-life Twitter data. The proposed model is based on supervised machine learning algorithms and data on has been collected through crawler “TWEEPY” for empirical analysis. Collected data is pre-processed, pruned and fed into various supervised models. Each tweet is assigned to sentiment based on the user's emotions, positive, negative, or neutral.


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