TWS-Dataset is a program that slowly generates a dataset of top headlines from english countries.
It’s for a project that I’m working on called ‘The World’s Sentiment’.
I’m only going to give a quick explaination of what TWS is and what it’s doing.
What is The World’s Sentiment?
TWS is a project of mine that I’m working on.
The project’s main goal is to analyze the sentiment of what is going on in the world.
TWS will become a yearly thing that I do every year or month.
When is TWS going to be finished?
The answer is I don’t know. It really depends on how long I run it for. Could be a few days, weeks, or even months. or if I run out of storage space to hold the dataset.
What is TWS doing?
Every day, at 7:30 PM, TWS-dataset will append the top headlines from the english countries to a file, and the sentiment of the headlines will be analyzed and appended to a file.
How do I run TWS?
Either you fork this project and run it yourself, or you simply don’t, because the endpoint is protected by authentication.
If I fork this project, how do I run it?
git clone https://github.com/EnZon3/TWS-dataset.git cd TWS-dataset npm install node .
Don’t forget to add a .env file to the root of the project with the following variables:
To get your API key, go to https://newsapi.org/ and create an account.
PASSWORD is the password you use to access the /getTopHeadlines endpoint.
TWS-Dataset_gen is a program that slowly generates a dataset of the sentiment scores of news headlines’ titles
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