Category Archives: Linguistics

Sentiment Analyis at eMetrics

Initial Sentiment of Sentiment Panel Gary Angel, Chris Berry and myself participated in a pretty darn cool conversation on the topic of sentiment analysis during eMetrics in NYC October 19,2011. A component was my chart of the sentiment of tweets … Continue reading

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TwitterLinguistics : An Open Research Project

Data Scientists are Will-Doers Not Can-Doers My presentation at PyCon on “The Linguistics of Twitter” produced exactly the response I was looking for, smart motivated people made contact with me and asked how they could help. Quick Recap The slides … Continue reading

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#Measure in 2010 – Figuring Out Measure Network Analysis

How to Understand This Chart Circles for Individuals Each person is in the #measure in 2010 chart is represented by an oval, or circular, shape. The size of the shape is determined by: Number of Tweets tagged with #measure Modified … Continue reading

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Explaining #Measure in 2010 – Limitations and Improvements of Twitter Content Valuation

We’re Only as Accurate as Our Least Accurate Measurement Wax On, Wax Off The Twitterati chart posted previously turned into something I didn’t quite expect, so I would like to take a moment to explain the whole situation to the … Continue reading

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Linguistics of Twitter at PyCon

The Linguistics of Twitter Going to PyCon? I have been selected to speak at PyCon in Atlanta March 11-13 on the topic of the Linguistics of Twitter. Spoken Media Social media is a ‘spoken media’ which companies are trying to … Continue reading

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