TweetsCOV19 -- A Knowledge Base of Semantically Annotated Tweets about the COVID-19 Pandemic

25 Jun 2020Dimitar DimitrovErdal BaranPavlos FafaliosRan YuXiaofei ZhuMatthäus ZlochStefan Dietze

Publicly available social media archives facilitate research in the social sciences and provide corpora for training and testing a wide range of machine learning, NLP and information retrieval methods. With respect to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, online discourse on Twitter reflects public opinion and perception related to the pandemic itself as well as mitigating measures and their societal impact... (read more)

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