Aggressive Language Identification Using Word Embeddings and Sentiment Features
This notebook presents the code of my participation in the First Shared Task on Aggression Identification. More details about the approach can be found in:
Constantin Orǎsan (2018) Aggressive Language Identification Using Word Embeddings and Sentiment Features. In Proceedings of the First Workshop on Trolling, Aggression and Cyberbullying (TRAC-2018), p. 113 - 119, Santa Fe, USA, August, 25, http://aclweb.org/anthology/W18-4414
In order to run this notebook you will need the following software:
- numpy and sklearn
Probably the easiest way to get all these is to install Anaconda.
You will also need to obtain the training, development and testing data from the
workshop organisers and store the CSV files in a folder called english (or set the
correct path in the
Download the GloVe vector from https://nlp.stanford.edu/projects/glove/. The current
code assumes you use the 300d vectors. Uncompress the file and update the
variable to point to it.
senti_feats.7z. This file contains the scores assigned by the
SentiStrength. If you want to process different texts you will need to obtain
SentiStrength from its author and preprocess the data using the procedure described
in the notebook.