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Much research on moral judgment is centered on moral dilemmas in which deontological perspectives (i.e., emphasizing rules, individual rights and duties) are in conflict with utilitarian judgements (i.e., following the greater good defined through consequences). A central finding of this field Greene et al. showed that psychological and situational...
We analyzed the content of “Friday Khutbas” delivered in Turkish mosques between January 2001 and June 2018 to test the prediction of Moral Foundations Theory literature that threat salience would lead to increased endorsement of binding moral foundations. As societal-level indicators of threat, we examined (1) historical data on the number of terr...
Mohamed I. Riffi, Florian Jansen, Thank you for your attention, but the data I'm working on is not as small as the example I've given above. Data consists of thousands rows with different sentences. Therefore, I cannot do analysis one by one using the "<- c ()" command for each row. I need to find a code and package that will allow me to analyze each cell in column and make a separate frequency analysis for all cell by using my word list.
I'm working on a data that each sentence is in separate rows in dataframe. I want to determine word frequency in each row with a word list that I have created. Then I would like to add these values to my dataframe as a new variable in R.
Let's say, I have a list of words that contains apple and banana. And I have three independent sentences in rows:
1. X x x apple x x banana x apple.
2. X apple x x x x.
3. X x babana x apple x.
Now I want to calculate how many times the words in my list have been repeated. As a result, the new column I want to create is:
Tweets can be downloaded through the R with the Twitter API. Various filters can be used for these tweets (e.g. language, region, time period). While doing so, a word or hashtag is determined and the tweets containing these can be downloaded.
Well, is there any way to get tweets from a particular time frame or location without using any hashtags or words via Twitter API? I just want to get tweets using filters without any specific word or hashtag. I wonder if there is a function like that on Twitter's premium or enterprise API account?