The integration between official statistics and social media data is a challenging topic. This contribution aims to present a recentlydesigned framework to compare sentiment analysis on social media content with social and economic data. Such framework-which has already been applied, in a preliminary fashion, to the Felicitta project-is meant to integrate official statistics and correlate it with online social media data. Its ultimate goal, in fact, namely consists in giving a contribution to the definition of a measure of subjective well-being that could fully benefit from both traditional, well-established social indicators and dynamic data obtained from the web.

Exploring sentiment in social media and official statistics: A general framework

Emilio Sulis;Lai Mirko;Sanguinetti Manuela
2015-01-01

Abstract

The integration between official statistics and social media data is a challenging topic. This contribution aims to present a recentlydesigned framework to compare sentiment analysis on social media content with social and economic data. Such framework-which has already been applied, in a preliminary fashion, to the Felicitta project-is meant to integrate official statistics and correlate it with online social media data. Its ultimate goal, in fact, namely consists in giving a contribution to the definition of a measure of subjective well-being that could fully benefit from both traditional, well-established social indicators and dynamic data obtained from the web.
2nd International Workshop on Emotion and Sentiment in Social and Expressive Media, ESSEM 2015 at AAMAS 2015
Instanbul, Turchia
2015
CEUR Workshop Proceedings
CEUR-WS
1351
96
105
http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1351/paper8.pdf
Official Statistics; Sentiment Analysis; Social Media; Subjective Well-Being; Computer Science (all)
Sulis, Emilio; Lai, Mirko; Vinai, Manuela; Sanguinetti, Manuela
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