COVID-19 Tweets Analysis for Human Emotion Detection
Social media is a place for people to share their feelings, concerns, questions, and opinions. This is as true during the Covid-19 pandemic as it has been at any other time since Twitter, Facebook and other similar services came into existence. But the things people talk about during the pandemic are likely to be different to what they talk about in normal times. After all, at various points throughout 2020, people have been forced to stay at home in the interests of public health, schools have temporarily closed, family and friends have been kept apart, and many individuals have lost their jobs or sources of income.
M. Y. Kabir and S. K. Madria, "COVID-19 Tweets Analysis for Human Emotion Detection," Significance, Wiley, Mar 2021.
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18 Mar 2021
Covid tweets and data are available at github.com/mykabir/COVID19. Further data description and analysis are available at arxiv.org/abs/2004.13932.