The AUTH GreekPolitics Dataset contains 2,578 tweet IDs from Twitter posts with politically charged content in the Greek language, spanning the period January 2014 – March 2021. Manually annotated ground-truth labels along 4 sentiment dimensions are provided for each tweet: polarity (‘1’ = positive, ‘0’ = neutral, ‘-1’ = negative), figurativeness (‘1’ = figurative, ‘0’ = literal), aggressiveness (‘1’ = aggressive, ‘0’ = non-aggressive) and bias (‘1’ = partisan, ‘0’ = non-partisan). If one uses any part of these datasets in his/her work, he/she is kindly asked to cite the following paper:
- E. Patsiouras, I. Koroni, I. Mademlis, I. Pitas, “GreekPolitics: Sentiment Analysis on Greek Politically Charged Tweets”, EURASIP European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO) (submitted), 2023.
In order to access the GreekPolitics Dataset created/assembled by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, please complete and sign this license agreement. Subsequently, email it to Prof. Ioannis Pitas (using “AI4Media – GreekPolitics Tweet Dataset availability” as e-mail subject) so as to receive FTP credentials for downloading.
* NOTE: Having the tweet ID, anyone can access the associated tweet text through the Twitter API. There is a chance that a subset of the GreekPolitics tweets may have been deleted, in the time interval that has passed since the dataset was originally constructed by AUTH.