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Introduction

This repository contains geotagged tweets for 15 natural disasters across the U.S.A, each corresponds to a disaster occurred in 2014-2015. Disasters folder contains geo tagged tweets for 15 disasters accross USA.

  1. California Fir
  2. Iowa Storm, Tornadoes and Flood
  3. Iowa Storm, Tornadoes and Flood 2
  4. Iowa Storm
  5. Jersey Storm
  6. Michigan Storm
  7. Napa Earthquake
  8. Newyork Storm
  9. Oklahoma Storm
  10. Texas Storm
  11. Vermont Storm
  12. Virginia Storm
  13. Washington Mudslide
  14. Washington Storm
  15. Washington Wildfire

Each dataset contains

  • A set of hashtags used to crawl disaster-related tweets
  • A file containing tweets in affected area
  • Another file contains tweets in unaffected area
  • FEMA affected/unaffected map

Reference

Hien To, Sumeet Agrawal, Seon Ho Kim, Cyrus Shahabi. On Identifying Disaster-Related Tweets: Matching-based or Learning-based?. The 2017 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Big Data (IEEE BigMM 2017). Laguna Hills, California, USA, April 19-21, 2017.

Other resources


Disaster Declarations for [2014](https://www.fema.gov/disasters/grid/year/2014?field_disaster_type_term_tid_1=All ) and [2015](https://www.fema.gov/disasters/grid/year/2015?field_disaster_type_term_tid_1=All)

CrisisLexT26 Dataset

CrowdFlower10K Dataset

Sentiment140 Dataset


For inquiries please contact Hien To, or Sumeet Agrawal

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