(Reader: Rishi) New Site Tracking Emotions of Tweets and News Headlines


Reader Post | By Rishi

I just finished making the website/app It is a web app/bot that analyzes emotions from the most popular tweets and news headlines on a daily basis and analyzes each piece of data according to the major 6 emotions (according to most psychologists) of fear, anger, sad, boredom, excitement, happiness. Data is organized into 5 categories which correspond to locations/countries because it is reasonable to assume that events within a particularly country affect residents of that country differently. The same is done for news headlines so users can see the difference between how people actually feel, according to their tweets), vs how the media portrays events. These categories of locations are thus: worldwide, US, Canada, UK, Australia. These countries were chosen because their residents tweet primarily in English, which is the only language analyzed currently. All of this is shown in graph and table format where you can adjust things like start/end dates and country, for easy visual perusal. I just launched this site a few days ago so it only has data from 9/23 onward but will automatically accumulate more data as time goes on, and it automatically updates every day, posting the results to (along with on the website). It also includes all major holidays/events including celestial/astronomical events like eclipses, equinoxes, full/new moons, planetary conjunctions, etc so users can see how any of those events may affect emotions. 

The reason for this particular post, however, is that in the past 3 days, I’ve seen a steady increase in ‘excitement’ in both tweets and news headlines, and that has remained the dominant emotion expressed since then. In particular, the latest tweet emotions show excitement at 11 points higher than the next most popular emotion, and the difference for news headline emotions is nearly 15 points (scores are 0-100). These are worldwide emotions, not specific to any of the countries listed above, and clearly indicates that people are excited about SOMETHING, and that their excitement levels are rising. Could it be the RV that they’re excited about? 

Lastly, if you have any questions or comments about my site, feel free to email me at rishi[at]


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