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Published on 23.04.18 in Vol 4, No 2 (2018): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Sentiment Analysis of Health Care Tweets: Review of the Methods Used"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.5789):

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  1. Zucco C, Calabrese B, Agapito G, Guzzi PH, Cannataro M. Sentiment analysis for mining texts and social networks data: Methods and tools. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery 2019;
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  2. Johnsen JK, Eggesvik TB, Rørvik TH, Hanssen MW, Wynn R, Kummervold PE. Differences in Emotional and Pain-Related Language in Tweets About Dentists and Medical Doctors: Text Analysis of Twitter Content. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2019;5(1):e10432
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  3. Liu S, Lee I. Extracting features with medical sentiment lexicon and position encoding for drug reviews. Health Information Science and Systems 2019;7(1)
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  4. Garcia-Rudolph A, Laxe S, Saurí J, Bernabeu Guitart M. Stroke Survivors on Twitter: Sentiment and Topic Analysis From a Gender Perspective. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e14077
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  5. Lee J, Kim J, Hong YJ, Piao M, Byun A, Song H, Lee HS. Health Information Technology Trends in Social Media: Using Twitter Data. Healthcare Informatics Research 2019;25(2):99
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  6. Pek JH, Ho VK, Ng WS, Kabir T, Tiah L, Koh Y. Missed opportunities for organ donation in patients with intracranial haemorrhage at the emergency department: A single-centre study. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare 2019;:201010581986848
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  7. Gomes RF, Casais B. Feelings generated by threat appeals in social marketing: text and emoji analysis of user reactions to anorexia nervosa campaigns in social media. International Review on Public and Nonprofit Marketing 2018;15(4):591
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  8. Sewalk KC, Tuli G, Hswen Y, Brownstein JS, Hawkins JB. Using Twitter to Examine Web-Based Patient Experience Sentiments in the United States: Longitudinal Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(10):e10043
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  1. Liu S, Lee I. Health Information Science. 2018. Chapter 7:75
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