Sensing Subjective Well-being from Social Media

15 Mar 2014Bibo HaoLin LiRui GaoAng LiTingshao Zhu

Subjective Well-being(SWB), which refers to how people experience the quality of their lives, is of great use to public policy-makers as well as economic, sociological research, etc. Traditionally, the measurement of SWB relies on time-consuming and costly self-report questionnaires... (read more)

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