Air travel is one of the most used ways of transit in our daily lives. So it's no wonder that more and more people are sharing their experiences with airlines and airports using web-based online surveys. This dataset aims to do topic modeling and sentiment analysis on Skytrax ( and Tripadvisor ( postings where there is a lot of interest and engagement from people who have used it or want to use it for airlines.


Companion data of the paper "Using social media and personality traits to assess software developers’ emotions" submitted to the IEEE Access journal, 2022. This dataset contains the anonymized dataset used in the study, including the answers of demographic survey, the answers to the Big Five Inventory, the experiment protocol, the manual analysis from psychologists and participants, all generated charts and data analysis.


Twitter is one of the most popular social networks for sentiment analysis. This data set of tweets are related to the stock market. We collected 943,672 tweets between April 9 and July 16, 2020, using the S&P 500 tag (#SPX500), the references to the top 25 companies in the S&P 500 index, and the Bloomberg tag (#stocks). 1,300 out of the 943,672 tweets were manually annotated in positive, neutral, or negative classes. A second independent annotator reviewed the manually annotated tweets.


Twitter RAW data was downloaded using the Twitter REST API search, namely the "Tweepy (version 3.8.0)" Python package, which was created to make the interaction between the REST API and the developers easier. The Twitter REST API only retrieves data from the past seven days and allows to filter tweets by language. The tweets retrieved were filtered out for the English (en) language. Data collection was performed from April 9 to July 16, 2020, using the following Twitter tags as search parameter: #SPX500, #SP500, SPX500, SP500, $SPX, #stocks, $MSFT, $AAPL, $AMZN, $FB, $BBRK.B, $GOOG, $JNJ, $JPM, $V, $PG, $MA, $INTC $UNH, $BAC, $T, $HD, $XOM, $DIS, $VZ, $KO, $MRK, $CMCSA, $CVX, $PEP, $PFE. Due to the large number of data retrieved in the RAW files, it was necessary to store only each tweet's content and creation date.


The file tweets_labelled_09042020_16072020.csv consists of 5,000 tweets selected using random sampling out of the 943,672 sampled. Out of those 5,000 tweets, 1,300 were manually annotated and reviewed by a second independent annotator. The file tweets_remaining_09042020_16072020.csv contains the remaining 938,672 tweets.


India is known for its highly disciplined foreign policies, strategic location, vibrant and massive Diaspora. India envisages enhancing its scope of cooperation, trade and widens its sphere of relations with the Pacific. As a result, the world is witnessing the rise of Indo-Pacific ties. Before the 1980’s the keystone of the universe was called the Atlantic, but now a radical shift to the east is noticed by the term “Indo-Pacific‟.


This dataset was extracted from Twitter using keywords related to Dilma Roussef and Aécio Neves, that were the candidates of the second round of the 2014 presidential election in Brazil. This dataset contains texts in Portuguese and the respective classification of sentiments resulting from the techniques described in the article published in the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops - ICDMW ( 



The .zip file is divided into four .csv files with data organized in 11 columns named: date, amount of retweets, amount of favorites, tweet text, mentions, hashtags, id, permalink, a score of classification, label of sentiment.


This dataset includes 24,201,654 tweets related to the US Presidential Election on November 3, 2020, collected between July 1, 2020, and November 11, 2020. The related party name and sentiment scores of tweets, also the words that affect the score were added to the data set.


The dataset contains more than 20 million tweets with 11 different attributes of each of them. The data file is in comma-separated values (CSV) format and its size is 3,48 GB. It is zipped by WinRAR to upload and download easily. It is zipped file size is 766 MB. It contains the following information (11 Column) for each tweet in the data file:

Created-At: Exact creation time of the tweet [Jul 1, 2020 7:44:48 PM– Nov 12, 2020 5:47:59 PM]
From-User-Id: Unique ID of the user that sent the tweet
To-User-Id: Unique ID of the user that tweet sent to
Language: Language of tweets that are coded in ISO 639-1. [%90 of tweets en: English; %3,8 und: Unidentified; %2,5 es: Spanish].
Retweet-Count: number of retweets
PartyName: The Label showing which party the tweeting is about. [Democrats] or [Republicans] if the tweet contains any keyword (that are given above) related to the Democratic or Republican party. If it contains keywords about two parties then the label is [Both]. If it doesn’t contain any keyword about two major parties (Democratic or Republican) that the label is [Neither].
Id: Unique ID of the tweet
Score: The sentiment score of the tweets. A positive (negative) score means positive (negative) emotion.
Scoring String: Nominal attribute with all words taking part in the scoring
Negativity: The sum of negative components
Positivity: The sum of positive components

The VADER algorithm is used for sentiment analysis of tweets. The VADER (Valence Aware Dictionary and sEntiment Reasoner) lexicon and rule-based sentiment algorithm to score a text. it is specifically attuned to sentiments expressed in social media and produces scores based on a dictionary of words. This operator calculates and then exposes the sum of all sentiment word scores in the text. For more details about this algorithm:

This data can be used for developing election result prediction methods by social media. Also, It can be used in text mining studies such as understanding the change of feelings in tweets about parties; determining the topics that cause positive or negative feelings about the candidates; to understand the main issues that Twitter users concern about the USA election.


This dataset contains nearly 1 Million unique movie reviews from 1150 different IMDb movies spread across 17 IMDb genres - Action, Adventure, Animation, Biography, Comedy, Crime, Drama, Fantasy, History, Horror, Music, Mystery, Romance, Sci-Fi, Sport, Thriller and War. The dataset also contains movie metadata such as date of release of the movie, run length, IMDb rating, movie rating (PG-13, R, etc), number of IMDb raters, and number of reviews per movie.


Movie details can be found by every genre file inside 1_movie_per_genre folder.

Reviews of every Movie can be found in 2_reviews_per_movie_raw folder.

Note that file name in 2nd folder equals movie name + year of release (found in first folder)


This dataset page is currently being updated. The tweets collected by the model deployed at are shared here. However, because of COVID-19, all computing resources I have are being used for a dedicated collection of the tweets related to the pandemic. You can go through the following datasets to access those tweets:


This dataset contains user online reviews of two tourist places namely London' Parks and Art Museums.

London Parks Reviews

In this dataset, the top five most visited parks are selected, such as St. James' Park, Hyde Park, Regent's Park, Kensington Park and Greenwich Park. For each park, 600 reviews from Jan to Sep 2017 are present in CSV format.

London Art Museums