International Journal of Computing and Artificial Intelligence

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2022, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A

Topic modelling and sentiment analysis architecture for social networks in the COVID pandemic

Author(s): Karmanya Upadhyay

Abstract: The goal of this research is to identify the topics and feelings in the community COVID-19 vaccine-related debate on social networks and to decipher the pertinent adjustments in subjects and feelings atop gray moment in order to study the public's perception, concerns, and feelings that may meet a variety of vaccination rates goals. This will be carried out in order to track down the themes and opinions expressed in social media conversations around the COVID-19 vaccination. The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11, 2020, and from that day until January 31, 2021, messages were retrieved from a sizable COVID-19 Twitter buzz data collection. We sorted through the tweets and only preserved the ones that contained the phrases immunisation, vaccination, vaccine, injections, and inoculated. And used the Dictionary, we carried out latent Dirichlet allocations for language models as well as emotion and emotional assessment. Both of these studies were completed with R's assistance. Outcomes Theme modelling was used to generate a total of 16 topics from twitter about the COVID-19 vaccine, which were then classified into 5 broad categories. People's views on vaccinations these were biggest trending topic on Twitter (227,840 out of 1,499,421 tweets, or 15.2%), and it stayed so for the most of the period we were examining the information. Additionally, the conversation included presentations with a broader perspective. Due to the increasing optimism around these vaccinations and the dominantly sense of trust displayed in the debate on social networks, it's probable that COVID-19 vaccinations are more widely accepted than previous vaccinations.

DOI: 10.33545/27076571.2022.v3.i2a.55

Pages: 56-59 | Views: 1764 | Downloads: 1327

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How to cite this article:
Karmanya Upadhyay. Topic modelling and sentiment analysis architecture for social networks in the COVID pandemic. Int J Comput Artif Intell 2022;3(2):56-59. DOI: 10.33545/27076571.2022.v3.i2a.55
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