Measuring political sentiment on Twitter: factor-optimal design for multinomial inverse regression

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Taddy, Matt;
  • Subject: Statistics - Applications

This article presents a short case study in text analysis: the scoring of Twitter posts for positive, negative, or neutral sentiment directed towards particular US politicians. The study requires selection of a sub-sample of representative posts for sentiment scoring, a... View more
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