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Sentiment_Analysis

Definition:

The process of computationally identifying and categorizing opinions expressed in a piece of text, especially in order to determine whether the writer's attitude towards a particular topic, product, etc. is positive, negative, or neutral

Usecase:

Customer's online comments/feedback from an insurance companies website has been scrapped to run through the sentiment analysis

Reference:

This is based on the tutorials from following links:

Steps:

  • Load data to R

  • preprocess data

    • convert to lower: this is to avoid distinguish between words simply on case
    • remove punctuation: punctuation can provide grammatical context which supports understanding. Often for initial analyses we ignore the punctuation
    • remove numbers: numbers may or may not be relevant to our analyses
    • remove stopwords: stop words are common words found in a language. Words like for, of, are etc are common stop word
    • create document term matrix: a document term matrix is simply a matrix with documents as the rows and terms as the columns and a count of the frequency of words as the cells of the matrix
  • Insight through visualization

    • Word cloud
    • Frequency plot
    • Correlation plot
    • Paired word cloud
  • Sentiment Score

    • Load Positive / Negative terms corpus
    • Calculate positive / negative score
    • Classify emotion
    • Classify polarity
    • Visualize
      • Distribution of overall score
      • Distribution of score for a given term
      • Distribution of emotion
      • Distribution of polarity
      • Text by emotion

Related Blog: https://manoharswamynathan.wordpress.com/2016/08/06/sentiment-analysis/

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