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    sentiment-turkish

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    sentiment-turkish

    Turkish translated, AFINN-based sentiment analysis for Node.js

    Looking for the English version made by 'thisandagain'

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    Sentiment is a Node.js module that uses the AFINN-165 wordlist to perform sentiment analysis on arbitrary blocks of input text. Sentiment provides several things:

    • Performance (see benchmarks below)
    • The ability to append and overwrite word / value pairs from the AFINN wordlist
    • A build process that makes updating sentiment to future wordlists trivial

    Installation

    npm install sentiment-turkish

    Usage

    var sentiment = require('sentiment-turkish');
     
    var r1 = sentiment('dışlanmış');
    console.dir(r1);        // Score: -2, Comparative: -0.666
     
    var r2 = sentiment('iyimser');
    console.dir(r2);        // Score: 2, Comparative: 1

    Adding / overwriting words

    You can append and/or overwrite values from AFINN by simply injecting key/value pairs into a sentiment method call:

    var sentiment = require('sentiment-turkish');
     
    var result = sentiment('', {
        '': 5,
        '': 2
    });
    console.dir(result);    // Score: 7, Comparative: 1.75

    Benchmarks

    A primary motivation for designing sentiment was performance. As such, it includes a benchmark script within the test directory that compares it against the Sentimental module which provides a nearly equivalent interface and approach. Based on these benchmarks, running on a MacBook Pro with Node v6.9.1, sentiment is twice as fast as alternative implementations:

    sentiment (Latest) x 448,788 ops/sec ±1.02% (88 runs sampled)
    Sentimental (1.0.1) x 240,103 ops/sec ±5.13% (81 runs sampled)

    To run the benchmarks yourself:

    make benchmark

    Testing

    npm test

    Build Status Coverage Status Greenkeeper badge

    Sentiment is a Node.js module that uses the AFINN-165 wordlist and Emoji Sentiment Ranking to perform sentiment analysis on arbitrary blocks of input text. Sentiment provides several things:

    • Performance (see benchmarks below)
    • The ability to append and overwrite word / value pairs from the AFINN wordlist
    • A build process that makes updating sentiment to future wordlists trivial

    Installation

    npm install sentiment

    Usage

    var sentiment = require('sentiment');
     
    var r1 = sentiment('Cats are stupid.');
    console.dir(r1);        // Score: -2, Comparative: -0.666
     
    var r2 = sentiment('Cats are totally amazing!');
    console.dir(r2);        // Score: 4, Comparative: 1

    Adding / overwriting words

    You can append and/or overwrite values from AFINN by simply injecting key/value pairs into a sentiment method call:

    var sentiment = require('sentiment');
     
    var result = sentiment('Cats are totally amazing!', {
        'cats': 5,
        'amazing': 2
    });
    console.dir(result);    // Score: 7, Comparative: 1.75

    How it works

    AFINN

    AFINN is a list of words rated for valence with an integer between minus five (negative) and plus five (positive). Sentiment analysis is performed by cross-checking the string tokens(words, emojis) with the AFINN list and getting their respective scores. The comparative score is simply: sum of each token / number of tokens. So for example let's take the following:

    I love cats, but I am allergic to them.

    That string results in the following:

    {
        score: 1,
        comparative: 0.1111111111111111,
        tokens: [
            'i',
            'love',
            'cats',
            'but',
            'i',
            'am',
            'allergic',
            'to',
            'them'
        ],
        words: [
            'allergic',
            'love'
        ],
        positive: [
            'love'
        ],
        negative: [
            'allergic'
        ]
    }
    • Returned Objects
      • Score: Score calculated by adding the sentiment values of recongnized words.
      • Comparative: Comparative score of the input string.
      • Token: All the tokens like words or emojis found in the input string.
      • Words: List of words from input string that were found in AFINN list.
      • Positive: List of postive words in input string that were found in AFINN list.
      • Negative: List of negative words in input string that were found in AFINN list.

    In this case, love has a value of 3, allergic has a value of -2, and the remaining tokens are neutral with a value of 0. Because the string has 9 tokens the resulting comparative score looks like: (3 + -2) / 9 = 0.111111111

    This approach leaves you with a mid-point of 0 and the upper and lower bounds are constrained to positive and negative 5 respectively (the same as each token! 😸). For example, let's imagine an incredibly "positive" string with 200 tokens and where each token has an AFINN score of 5. Our resulting comparative score would look like this:

    (max positive score * number of tokens) / number of tokens
    (5 * 200) / 200 = 5
    

    Tokenization

    Tokenization works by splitting the lines of input string, then removing the special characters, and finally splitting it using spaces. This is used to get list of words in the string.


    Benchmarks

    A primary motivation for designing sentiment was performance. As such, it includes a benchmark script within the test directory that compares it against the Sentimental module which provides a nearly equivalent interface and approach. Based on these benchmarks, running on a MacBook Pro with Node v6.9.1, sentiment is twice as fast as alternative implementations:

    sentiment (Latest) x 448,788 ops/sec ±1.02% (88 runs sampled)
    Sentimental (1.0.1) x 240,103 ops/sec ±5.13% (81 runs sampled)

    To run the benchmarks yourself:

    make benchmark

    Validation

    While the accuracy provided by AFINN is quite good considering it's computational performance (see above) there is always room for improvement. Therefore the sentiment module is open to accepting PRs which modify or amend the AFINN / Emoji datasets or implementation given that they improve accuracy and maintain similar performance characteristics. In order to establish this, we test the sentiment module against three labelled datasets provided by UCI.

    To run the validation tests yourself:

    make validate

    Rand Accuracy (AFINN Only)

    Amazon:  0.70
    IMDB:    0.76
    Yelp:    0.67
    

    Rand Accuracy (AFINN + Additions)

    Amazon:  0.72 (+2%)
    IMDB:    0.76 (+0%)
    Yelp:    0.69 (+2%)
    

    Testing

    npm test

    Install

    npm i sentiment-turkish

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    Version

    1.0.1

    License

    MIT

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