Sentiment Analysis of An Internet Provider Company Based on Twitter Using Support Vector Machine and Naïve Bayes Method
Tweets from users in the form of opinions about a product can be used as a company evaluation of the product. To obtain this evaluation, the method that can be used is sentiment analysis to divide opinions into positive and negative opinions. This study uses 1000 data from Twitter related to an internet service provider company where the data is divided into two classes, namely 692 positive classes and 308 negative classes. In the Tweet there are still many words that are not standard. Therefore, previously carried out the initial process or preprocessing to filter out non-standard words. Before doing the classification, the data needs to be divided into training data and test data with a ratio of 90:10, then processed using the Support Vector Machine and Naïve Bayes techniques to get the results of the classification of positive opinions and negative opinions. The level of accuracy in the classification using the Support Vector Machine is 84% and using Naïve Bayes is 82%.
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