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Applicant:
Central University of Tamil Nadu 
Author:
Bonta Venkateswarlu, and Nandhini Kumaresh and N. Janardhan.  
Corresponding Authors:
B.Venkateswarlu 
DOI #:
Not Applicable 
Title:
A Comprehensive Study on Lexicon Based Approaches for Sentiment Analysis 
Journal:
Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology 
Year:
2019 
Volume:
Page:
1-6 
Keywords:
Sentiment Analysis, Opinion Mining, Sentiwordnet, NLTK, Text blob, VADER 
Abstract:
In recent years, it is seen that the opinion-based postings in social media are helping to reshape business and public sentiments, and emotions have an impact on our social and political systems. Opinions are central to mostly all human activities as they are the key influencers of our behaviour. Whenever we need to make a decision, we generally want to know others opinion. Every organization and business always wants to find customer or public opinion about their products and services. Thus, it is necessary to grab and study the opinions on the Web. However, finding and monitoring sites on the web and distilling the reviews remains a big task because each site typically contains a huge volume of opinion text and the average human reader will have difficulty in identifying the polarity of each review and summarizing the opinions in them. Hence, it needs the automated sentiment analysis to find the polarity score and classify the reviews as positive or negative. This article uses NLTK, Text blob and VADER Sentiment analysis tool to classify the movie reviews which are downloaded from the website www.rottentomatoes. com that is provided by the Cornell University, and makes a comparison on these tools to find the efficient one for sentiment classification. The experimental results of this work confirm that VADER outperforms the Text blob. 
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Nandhini K on 2020-09-03 
 
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