The Stor-e-Motion Visualization for Topic Evolution Tracking in Social Media Streams

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Weiler, Andreas
Grossniklaus, Michael
Wanner, Franz
Scholl, Marc H.
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ELMQVIST, N., ed. and others. Eurographics Conference on Visualization : EuroVis 2014 ; Short Papers. The Eurographics Association, 2014
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Nowadays, there are plenty of sources generating massive amounts of text streams in a continuous way. For example, the increasing popularity and the active use of social networks results in voluminous and fast-flowing data streams containing a large amount of user-generated data about almost any topic around the world. However, the observation and tracking of the ongoing evolution of topics in these unevenly distributed text streams is a challenging task for analysts, news reporters, or other users. This paper presents “Stor-e-Motion”, a real-time visualization to track and explore the ongoing evolution of topics’ frequency (i.e., importance), sentiment (i.e., emotion), and context (i.e., story) in user-defined topics over continuous flowing text streams.

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EuroVis 2014 : Eurographics Conference on Visualization, 9. Juni 2014 - 13. Juni 2014, Swansea, UK
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ISO 690WEILER, Andreas, Michael GROSSNIKLAUS, Franz WANNER, Marc H. SCHOLL, 2014. The Stor-e-Motion Visualization for Topic Evolution Tracking in Social Media Streams. EuroVis 2014 : Eurographics Conference on Visualization. Swansea, UK, 9. Juni 2014 - 13. Juni 2014. In: ELMQVIST, N., ed. and others. Eurographics Conference on Visualization : EuroVis 2014 ; Short Papers. The Eurographics Association, 2014
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@inproceedings{Weiler2014Store-33614,
  year={2014},
  title={The Stor-e-Motion Visualization for Topic Evolution Tracking in Social Media Streams},
  url={http://eurovis.swansea.ac.uk/program.htm},
  publisher={The Eurographics Association},
  booktitle={Eurographics Conference on Visualization : EuroVis 2014 ; Short Papers},
  editor={Elmqvist, N.},
  author={Weiler, Andreas and Grossniklaus, Michael and Wanner, Franz and Scholl, Marc H.}
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