Sentiment Analysis in Social Media for Depression Identification Using BiLSTM

Authors

  • M. Subathra Research Scholar, Department of Computer Science, Erode Arts and Science College (Autonomous), Tamil Nadu, India
  • K. Meenakshisundaram Associate Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science, Erode Arts and Science College (Autonomous), Tamil Nadu, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51983/ajcst-2022.11.1.3209

Keywords:

Depression, Machine Learning, Mental Health, Sentiment Analysis, Social Media

Abstract

Social networks have evolved into an excellent platform for users to engage with their interested friends and share their thoughts, photographs, and videos that show their emotions, feelings, and sentiments. This opens up the possibility of analyzing social network data for user feelings and sentiments in order to examine their moods and attitudes when talking through these online platforms. Although the diagnosis of depression using social network data has gained popularity around the world, there are other dimensions that have yet to be discovered. In this study, aim to perform a depression analysis on social media data collected from an online public source. The proposed is to explore the impact of Rule based Vader Analyzer and a BiLSTM . The results are calculated and shown using the performance metrics such as recall, precision and accuracy.

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Published

01-06-2022

How to Cite

Subathra, M., & Meenakshisundaram, K. (2022). Sentiment Analysis in Social Media for Depression Identification Using BiLSTM. Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 11(1), 17–20. https://doi.org/10.51983/ajcst-2022.11.1.3209