Check Google for a list of the papers that use SentiWordNet 3.0
Check Google for a list of the papers that use SentiWordNet 1.0
The SentiWordNet interface now provides the possibily to accept user feedback on the values assigned to synsets.
This feature is a first step towards building a community of SentiWordNet users that collaboratively improve SentiWordNet.
Any feedback collected from the community will be shared to the public domain through this site, i.e., what comes from the community goes back to the community.
Feedback log packets will be released periodically on this site.
The feedback process is currently anonymous, the IP and time of the feedback action is recorded only for the purpose of spam filtering, the feedback log packets will not contain the IP address.
The feedback currently does not directly affect SentiWordNet values, we (Baccianella, Esuli, Sebastiani) manually check it in order to correct SentiWordNet values.
Here you can find a simple java class that uses SentiWordNet to approximate the sentiment value of a word with a label.
P.S. Note that in this piece of code there is no word sense disambiguation and the scores are approximated with labels, so it's very basic.
The new SentiWordNet site has been launched!
Check out the new Feedback button in the search page!