The Right Sentiment Analysis Method of Indonesian Tourism in Social Media Twitter
Case Study: The City of Bali
The growth of social media is changing the way humans communicate with each other, many people use social media such as Twitter to express opinions, experiences and other things that concern them, where things like this are often referred to as sentiments. The concept of social media is now the focus of business people to find out people's sentiments about a product or place that will become a business. Sentiment Analysis or often also called opinion mining is a computational study of people's opinions, appraisal, and emotions through entities, events and attributes owned. Sentiment analysis itself has recently become a popular topic for research because sentiment analysis can be applied in many industrial sectors, one of which is the tourism industry in Indonesia. To be able to do a sentiment analysis requires mastery of several techniques such as techniques for doing text mining, machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) to be able to process large and unstructured data coming from social media. Some methods that are often used include Naive Bayes, Neural Networks, K-Nearest Neighbor, Support Vector Machines, and Decision Tree. Because of this, this research will compare these four algorithms so that an algorithm can be used to analyze people's sentiments towards the city of Bali.
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