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Dataset Card for TSATC: Twitter Sentiment Analysis Training Corpus

Dataset Summary

TSATC: Twitter Sentiment Analysis Training Corpus The original Twitter Sentiment Analysis Dataset contains 1,578,627 classified tweets, each row is marked as 1 for positive sentiment and 0 for negative sentiment. It can be downloaded from The dataset is based on data from the following two sources:

University of Michigan Sentiment Analysis competition on Kaggle Twitter Sentiment Corpus by Niek Sanders

This dataset has been transformed, selecting in a random way a subset of them, applying a cleaning process, and dividing them between the test and train subsets, keeping a balance between the number of positive and negative tweets within each of these subsets. These two files can be founded on

Finally, the train subset has been divided in two smallest datasets, train (80%) and validation (20%). The final dataset has been created with these two new subdatasets plus the previous test dataset.

Supported Tasks and Leaderboards

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The text in the dataset is in English.

Dataset Structure

Data Instances

Below are two examples from the dataset:

Text Feeling
(1) blaaah. I don't feel good aagain. 0
(2) My birthday is coming June 3. 1

Data Fields

In the final dataset, all files are in the JSON format with f columns:

Column Name Data
text A sentence (or tweet)
feeling The feeling of the sentence

Each feeling has two possible values: 0 indicates the sentence has a negative sentiment, while 1 indicates a positive feeling.

Data Splits

The number of examples and the proportion sentiments are shown below:

Data Train Validation Test
Size 119.988 29.997 61.998
Labeled positive 60.019 14.947 31029
Labeled negative 59.969 15.050 30969

Dataset Creation

Curation Rationale

Existing paraphrase identification datasets lack sentence pairs that have high lexical overlap without being paraphrases. Models trained on such data fail to distinguish pairs like flights from New York to Florida and flights from Florida to New York.

Source Data

Initial Data Collection and Normalization

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Who are the source language producers?

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Annotation process

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Who are the annotators?

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Personal and Sensitive Information

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Considerations for Using the Data

Social Impact of Dataset

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Discussion of Biases

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Other Known Limitations

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Additional Information

Dataset Curators

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Citation Information

  title = {{TSATC: Twitter Sentiment Analysis Training Corpus}},
  author = {Ibrahim Naji},
  booktitle = {thinknook},
  year = {2012}


Thanks to myself @carblacac for adding this transformed dataset from the original one.

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