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How it works
This tool enables you to classify emotional characteristics on two given data sets containing text. In order to use the compare functionality, process two files of two different companies in the main tool and then insert their names into the form on this page.
 
The two files must be comma-separated, UTF-8 encoded, have a column called "text" and a column called "date".
COMPARISON OF CORE EMOTION

Who is more happy, excited, empowered, sad, angry and afraid?
This bar chart compares the ‘core emotions’ detected from each case/dataset by highlighting the difference for each core emotion detected (percentage wise). Changing the dashboard to Absolute will show the emotion detections side-by-side. Toggling the radar button to stacked view will then show the combined amount detected for both cases.

INDIVIDUAL FEELINGS COMPARISON

Which discrete feelings were associated more with each case?
This bar chart shows more granular feelings and which of them were detected more in one case versus the other. Toggling the dashboard to Absolute view will show the detection amounts side-by-side rather than the variance. Toggling the radar button to stacked view will then show the combined amount detected for both cases.

AROUSAL COMPARISON

Who has been more aroused over time?
This chart shows allow you to see the distribution contrasting the absolute arousal levels for each case, side-by-side over time. Toggling the entire dashboard to VARIANCE allows one to then see the difference in arousal between each cases. When values are above the x-axis, case A was more aroused on that day. When values are below the axis, case B was more aroused.

POSITIVITY COMPARISON

Who has been more positive?
This chart shows allow you to see the distribution contrasting the absolute positivity levels for each case, side-by-side over time. Toggling the entire dashboard to VARIANCE allows one to instead see the difference in positivity between each cases. In this mode, when values are above the x-axis, case A was more aroused at that point in time. When values are below the axis, case B was more aroused.