An Approach To Twitter Sentiment Analysis Over Hadoop

 
 
 
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    Sentiment analysis is the process of identifying people’s attitude and emotional state from the language they use via any social websites or other sources. The main aim is to identify a set of potential features in the review and extract the opinion expressions of those features by making full use of their associations. The Twitter has now become a routine for the people around the world to post thousands of reactions and opinions on every topic, every second of every single day. It’s like one big psychological database that’s constantly being updated and which can be used to analyze the sentiments of the people. Hadoop is one of the best options available for twitter data sentiment analysis and which also works for the distributed big data, streaming data, text data etc.  This paper provides an efficient mechanism to perform sentiment analysis/ opinion mining on Twitter data over Hortonworks Data platform, which provides Hadoop on Windows, with the assistance of Apache Flume, Apache HDFS and Apache Hive.

     


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    Apache Flume; Apache Hadoop; Apache Hive; Sentiment Analysis; Twitter

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Article ID: 20110
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.5.20110




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