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The Saddest Spot in New York

时间:2013-08-22 13:43:37  来源:  作者:

 

A. Gros and Y. Bar-Yam, New England Complex Systems Institute
If you could look down from space and see the emotional state of every person in a city, what would it look like? We don’t have that technology yet, but Twitter is providing the next best thing. In a new study, researchers harvested every tweet that was geographically tagged to Manhattan and its surrounding boroughs during a 2-week period in April 2012. That was the easy part. The trick was deciphering the emotional content of those 604,000 utterances. Luckily, a large portion of tweets come with emoticons—for example, :) and :( for a smile or frown. By using these tweets as a training set, the team taught a computer to distinguish negative, positive, and neutral emotions. After projecting those emotions as colors on a map of New York City (pictured)—blue for positive, red for negative—the city’s mood landscape
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