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Simplify sentiment persistence #90
The vast majority of services give us a sentiment in the range of
So it's much easier for us to store the sentiment value as a single float. Also note that the frontend also requires the sentiment as a single value (there are two values specified in the graphql schema but only one of them is used by the client) which is further evidence that we should only store one value.
Additionally, all sentiments (computedsentiment and avgsentiment) should be the same number type so converting the computedtiles column from int to float.