Rate_Sentiment - Simple program that interacts with GoogleHack to classify the sentiment of words etc.
#Change this variable if you are running this program from a directory #Other than WebService/GoogleHack/Example/ $PATHCONFIGFILE="../Datafiles/initconfig.txt"; #set to the entire path to inpute file $INPUTFILE=""; # give string such as excellent as a positive inference $POSITIVE=""; # give string such as bad as a negative inference $NEGATIVE=""; # Set to true if you want the result sin html format $HTML=""; #Set to trace file locations $TRACEFILE=""; #Create an Object of type WebService::GoogleHack $google = new WebService::GoogleHack; #initialize the object to required parameters by giving path to config #file. $google->initConfig("$PATHCONFIGFILE"); #predict the semantic orientation of the words given text file, and use the word $results=$google->predictWordSentiment($INPUTFILE,$POSITIVE,$NEGATIVE,$HTML,$TRACEFILE); print $results; #predict the semantic orientation of the phrases given text file, and use the word $results=$google->predictPhraseSentiment($INPUTFILE,$POSITIVE,$NEGATIVE,$HTML,$TRACEFILE);
This program contains example usage of the GoogleHack sentiment classification functions.
Pratheepan Raveendranathan, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ted Pedersen, <email@example.com>
Pratheepan Raveendranathan - http://www.d.umn.edu/~rave0029/research
Ted Pedersen - www.d.umn.edu./~tpederse
Google-Hack Maling List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 2005 by Pratheepan Raveendranathan, Ted Pedersen
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