Indonesian Twitter Sentiment Analysis Application on The Covid19 Vaccine Using Naive Bayes Classifier

Adhitia. et.all., Erfina (2020) Indonesian Twitter Sentiment Analysis Application on The Covid19 Vaccine Using Naive Bayes Classifier. In: ICCED.

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It's even one year since the COVID-19 pandemic
hit Indonesia, to anticipate it, the government brought in a
COVID-19 vaccine. Various types of COVID-19 vaccine have
been introduced to Indonesia, including which ones will be
considered the best according to the community through the
Twitter platform. One of the venues that creates the most public sentiment is Twitter. It can be determined whether the public fully approves or rejects the existence of vaccination in Indonesia by analyzing public sentiment surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine. Data acquisition using a crawling procedure by connecting the Twitter API, pre-processing, sentiment categorization, and sentiment analysis outcomes are the stages of the sentiment analysis process to become a sentiment analysis application. The PHP and MySQL programming languages are used to create the database for the sentiment analysis application. After the application has been fully implemented, it can do sentiment analysis from each dictionary probability using the Naive Bayes Classifier approach. The study of the two keywords "vaksin covid" and "vaksin corona" yielded the following results. It has 93% positive sentiment results, 72% negative sentiment results, and 35% neutral sentiment outcomes, with an accuracy of 94.74% and 75.47% per keyword. Meanwhile, the Sinopharm vaccine, which has the most positive attitude with the terms "vaksin sinovac," "vaksin astrazeneca," "vaksin sinopharm," and "vaksin nusantara," has 84 percent tweets with a 74.23% accuracy rate.

Keywords— Vaccine, COVID19, Indonesian Twitter, naïve
bayes classifier.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Computer > Information System
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Design > Information System
Depositing User: LIU Library Unit
Date Deposited: 29 Sep 2022 07:35
Last Modified: 30 Sep 2022 08:53

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