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  1. 1. NLP based Mining on Movie Critics. Sushanth Reddy Vanga Computer Science Kent State University svanga@kent.edu Akhay Kumar Kataiah Computer Science Kent State University akataiah@kent.edu Laxmi Supraja Narayan Computer Science, Kent State University lnarayan@kent.edu Sushanth Kumar Mukka Computer Science Kent State University smukka@kent.edu Abstract— In this project, data is collected through Online Movie Data Base Api. Applying Sentiment analysis on the cleaned data using python which will give us the information of positive and negative critics. We have applied naive bayes classification to obtain accurate data. Finally, we are trying to create a web application which will quote the critic whether it is a positive or negative review. The web application shows the effectiveness of our project. I. INTRODUCTION The internet provides a large number of data that can be easily accessed from all over the world. From such huge amount of raw data, finding information relevant to user needs has become very important. The most part of information on the web is in the form of text. For instance, we find a huge number of review documents that contains user opinion about the product. When a user wants to buy a product's user usually surveys on the product reviews. Similarly, in the case of movie reviews. Movie critic is the analysis and evaluation of movie. The movie critique generally gives an impression of the film while mentioning the movie's title, director, and key actors. Due to increase of internet usage today arts criticism in general does not hold the same place it once held with the general public for instance positive film reviews have been known to spark interest in little-known films. Movie reviews are just a quick look about the movie. In some cases movie critic may be lengthier or it may be very short [1]. Every individual may not have time to read all the review so at most end of the day it is important to judge whether the movie is good or bad. In our project we have considered two particular movie review websites like rotten tomatoes and IMDB, which are more popular in the present market and as we find more reviews in such websites we get a huge amount of data. The chief aim of the review is to tell the user weather a movie is worth going or not as it helps the user before watching a movie. This even saves a lot of time and money. More precise and effective method to evaluate a movie. So it has become one of the largest commercial applications in all over the world. Our project mainly focuses on collecting the data from critics and word features are extracted by feature extractors and then a training data set is created, then the classification is done to classify whether the data is a positive or negative data. Initially data is collected through online movie database API (OMDB). Then in further process the data cleaning is done and thus data is collected in bag of words this is done using python. Thus by applying sentiment analysis on the processed data which will give us positive and negative data about critics. In this project we are using Naive Bayes classifier to classify the data. To predict the data we are using Naive Bayes and random forest. We are implementing both Naive Bayes and random forest because in case of small amount of data we found that Naive Bayes classifier has optimal solution but in case of large amount of data random forest would give optimal solution. In this project we use sentiment analysis. In this project we are using Natural Language Processing (NLP) and then we apply sentiment analysis. It is a linguistic analysis technique that identifies opinion early in a piece of text. It helps to classify the critic is good, bad. Previous works mainly focus on classifying whether the movie is good or bad, but our work also focuses on even developing a web application to predict whether the user critic is positive negative, neutral. In this web application if a critique then it will predict whether the critique or review given by critique is a positive or negative critique. By this we are giving more convenient approach to the user. II. BACKGROUND Background work for this project has begun with exploring for Application program interface (API) to gather movie critics. This collected movie critics or information is obtained by API of OMDB abbreviated as online movie database ,
  2. 2. which is a domain of IMDB . where all the information such as images, videos and other movie content are updated frequently by the naive users. The obtained movie critics data is preprocessed and mining techniques are applied to get the accurate results for naive users to analyze the opinion through the piece of text. Apparently we will discuss the individual concepts for better understanding of the project. Primarily we initiated the process with the Natural language processing for opinion mining to extract the critic trait from the obtained data. A. Sentiment analysis • The analytical process of extracting a mood or opinion from the piece of text is coined as sentiment analysis[2]. It is a linguistic analysis technique to assess the opinion from a text document in the early stages. Sentiment analysis is relied upon the analysis of text and processing of natural language to filter and extract the precise mood or opinion from the text. Sentiment analysis is mainly to find the text document polarity for optimum classification. Analyzed sentiment or opinion is classified as positive, negative and a neutral sentiment or opinion. Sentiment analysis is part of text classification. classification is performed based upon the personal traits, emotions and mood, attitudes about a particular topic at an instance of an user by user updated data. • The analysis of sentiment or mood of a text is mainly concerned with three parameters they are as follows with individuals perspectives.[3] 1) Source perspective of sentiment or opinion 2) Destination perspective 3) Nature perspective • From the above aspects the opinion or sentiment factor is extracted by considering the source opinion, which is a fixed set of classes used for prediction. Destination aspect is for to target on what sort of opinion is to be analyzed and nature perspective is to find which sort of opinion or mood is retrieved. Text attitude is filtered as positive critic or negative critic and further the ranking is done. • Labeling of the data by considering the sentiment or opinion [4] about particular topic gives comprehensive data for naive users. Vital point is feature extraction for analysis of sentiment. Feature is extracted by relying upon extraction of subjective nature. Consequently the feature words from the parsed data are filtered explicitly. The feature generation[5] is the process of extracting the relevant features. where the feature extraction for classifying sentiment is relied upon negation handling while considering adjectives for evaluating the sentiment. Apparently, after the feature extraction process the polarity of the text is determined, since the word features are linked with the opinion of the text. The basic text classification[6] is mentioned as the process of predicting a class 'c' from fixed set of classes ( c1,c2,c3,c4....ci) which belongs to main set class 'C' from a document 'D'. Classification of text mainly occurs in the areas of spam detection, identification of particular linguistics, genes and gender, analysis of sentiment. B. Preprocessing stage • The data mining enthusiasm is driving the current era for obtaining the optimum knowledge from the large unsorted and inefficient data. So to build up the pristine knowledge base system and to discover the precise knowledge. Preprocessing [7] stage is crucial aspect in data mining era to fill the voids in the process of knowledge discovery. Preprocessing stage has the subsequent stages to extract the desired knowledge from the raw data. The steps contained in preprocessing stage are defined below for better understanding. Tokenization[8] technique is the pressing factor for data preprocessing. In this technique the long linked text is parsed or divided into pieces of words to acknowledge the writers intention. The splitting is done in way that to form a separate words or flow ( sequence ) of words. For instance let us consider the sentence " data mining and machine learning class" which is transformed into ( "data", "mining", "and", "machine", "learning", "class") by using tokenization technique for comparing with other texts or for analyzing the context to obtain the circumscribed data. Stop words filtering is the vital part for purifying the data. Stop words takes more space and it is unnecessary, which should be eliminated for perfect analyzing of the data. Initially indexing the list of stop words is being done and removing the stop words which are static with a statistical approach. consequently the case conversion and removal of punctuation from the text is being done to get the final cleaned data for retrieving the essential mood or sentiment from the critic. • Classification of text or document is the pivotal factor for our project. We used Naïve Bayes technique for classification problem. We used Naïve Bayes because it assumes the features which are self-reliant and individualistic for obtaining at most classification. Classification is done by considering the probabilities and it is simplest in nature. If a certain class 'C' and document ’d’ and the output of the Naïve Bayes is probability p(C/d) of document contains in class. Assigning of probabilities depends on the number of times the feature term occurs. Since it is machine learning algorithm by depending upon the test data set it creates the learned data set and compares the list created for better classification. • To beautify our project we considered Random forest [9] method which is a state-of-art methodology. This method is basic and clear but outturn accurate and sophisticated results. The accuracy of classification is done by increasing the number of trees by selecting the features or variables in a random manner (selecting without or with replacement). Finally conducting a poll [10] to choose the best class for obtaining precise classification.
  3. 3. III. APPROACH The approach, we have chosen is shown in Figure 1, starts with gaining data from different open source data and training a classifier using a corpus of self-tagged critics available from data retrieved. We then refine our classifier using this same corpus before applying it to sentences mined from web. Fig 1. 3.1 Collecting Critics The process of obtaining data was to collect a large dataset from a well-known movie website which would then be classified on which training and testing a classifier for sentiment analysis is implemented as in [12]. There were two sites on our mind OMDB and Rotten Tomatoes, where a large number of reviews, critic data and robust critique are to be found. We took in movies ranging from the year 2000-2008. OMDB has a system where the user can input a text which returns a positive or negative rating. There were extra data available which isn’t used in this project such as date, time, review data etc. We have selected a wide array of critic reviews based on movies released to around 15000 instances. 3.2 Pre-processing The next step in our process was to fetch word features[13] from the data collected. The pre-processing stage is removing unnecessary details from the comma separated values data. It follows as: • Tokenization • Case Conversion • Word conversion to full forms(“Don’t” to “Do not) • Removal of punctuations • Stop word filtering The process of tokenization is carried out by a parser as implemented in[14]. Where without changing the meaning of the word sentences are clipped down to meaningful words. We can apply humongous number of transformations to the then ordered list of data. Transformation of data from words with apostrophe, short words are converted to full forms. Punctuations were removed in the process. Stop words were introduced from the available NLTK corpus to remove words which were irrelevant to the data collected such as ‘the’, ‘if’, ‘what’, ‘when’ were some of those used. However we need to remember all token should be meaningful English word only. Then use of bag of words to map feature name to feature values, we defined a function. [15][16] The frequency of the words repeated are collected. Where it represents positive and negative reviews. 3.3 Feature Extraction To generate the feature vectors, we used the collected dataset in the previous process which will be used to train our classifier. We used a specific method defined in [15] [16], where the frequency of keyword occurrence was a better feature for our usage. Using a specific function derived by us which takes in three things which are the words (extracted from the reviews), trained word2vec converting model and dimension of the vectors to be presented, the output would be a numpy array representing the reviews. Here numpy is a term derived from python, which is used for scientific computing, where it can be used to create powerful array objects. Using NLTK corpus reader package to create a text corpus of all the data we have collected[17], from the corpus we have, we will be using 60 percent of it as a training set and the rest of the percent as test set. So now we labeled the words as rotten and fresh through a function which takes in words from dictionary to classify sentimentally. Naïve Bayes Classifier[18] was used to build a sentimental classifier, the words are classified into rotten and fresh words with the frequency of each being displayed. Another point considered is the necessity of having three labeled classes with neutral taken was not taken into account. As the possibility of having neutral words vastly improves the accuracy but we cannot say so because the classifier treats all the words same. This usually is done using the concept of improved sentiment analysis which might be a future prospect of our project. 3.4 Classification Classification is an important part of data mining to obtain the accuracy of trained data, to specify we have used two classification methods. They are naïve bayes [18] and random forest classification model [19]. Decision trees are good because they tell you what inputs are the best predicators of the outputs. Naïve Bayes classification model has been used to get an accuracy percentage of 87%. Actually this is bit lower than random forest because naïve Bayes performs well for low amount of data in comparison to decision trees which performs well for large data and can categorize well. It can be a hypothetical answer too as for few data sets it can be vice versa. But a condition where there involves truth or false based problems, decision trees are the best predictors. Using machine learning algorithm, random forest to check the accuracy of data classification, we have obtained 93%. Random forest has been specifically chosen as a decision based tree would be right in case of unsupervised learning. As each tree is constructed using a random subset of training data. After training the data pass each test data through it to obtain an output for prediction.[19]
  4. 4. An ensemble technique which combines the output of one weaker technique to obtain a stronger result. Where the weaker one is a decision tree and this results in a good predictive output when good features are split along it. By using pandas, a data structure is created where it is split into train and test data sets. A strong point we have observed is the random forest fails for higher dimensional data. So we haven’t dwelt with that part. Random Forest Input: X = Number of Trees, T = Trained Data, P = Total Number of Features, p = Subset of Features. Output: Bagged labeled class for input data. a) For each tree: 1) Selecting a sample bootstrap Y of size T from the trained data. 2) Creating tree by repeatedly repeating choosing p at random from P, Selecting best from p and splitting the points. b) When all trees are done, testing the instances to each tree and classes label will be assigned based on the no.of votes. The main aspect of our project was to create an application which can be interactive enough where a search field will take in the necessary words or sentences given producing output Taking the whole project into account an application using python flask which will be our base. The rest is built using HTML and JavaScript to handle the user interface of our application. This application comprises of a search field where a sentence of critic entered would result in whether the critique was fresh or rotten. This can be further extended as spider crawling a website or a review site to grab all the text a give a comment on the data provided. Sooner this project would be open source for further researchers to work. A. Figures and Tables 1) Dataset Retrieved. Critic Publication Critique Title Derek Adams Time Out Mediocre Regrettably Toy Story 3 Roger Ebert Chicago-Sun times The movie is too pat. Grumpy Old Men Liam Lacey Globe and Mail Never escapes the queasy aura of place Grumpy Old Men. Janet Maslin New York Times Children will enjoy a new take on the idea. Toy Story 3 Kenneth Turan Los Angeles Times A pleasant if undemanding piece of work that is diverting Grumpy Old Men Mike Clark USA Today For a film that deserves Oscars for photography, editing and sound Heat Edward Guthmann San Francisco Chronicle What make it work are the integrity of Pfeiffer's performance and Smith's direction, and the high spirits of the young. Dangerous Minds Bruce Reid Film.com Robbins and Susan Sarandon have crafted a film that transcends its own political message. Dead Man Walking TABLE I IV. CONCLUSION Based on the project, we have achieved to perform NLP based mining on movie critics. The pre-processing techniques to filter the data and the bag of words are a
  5. 5. valuable source for us to dig in further on. Even though the steps mentioned were already achieved before, the application which we were trying to implement through the methods described will have a profound impact on the project. We applied naïve bayes and random forest on data set to achieve an accountable accuracy to implement our application’s predictability rate and it came out well. Prediction based on type of movie review was thoroughly classified. Naive bayes classifier works on small data set which means it initially takes the pre-allocation memory from device and random forest has a positive side on taking multiple true, false values to implement classification and regression. Ultimately our application through the extension of above mentioned process, we managed to create a web application which would take input of a word or sentence and output as a positive or negative. This will be expanded to other languages and as well as to a web crawler which can review a site. Focusing on the user interface we planned to release this application on mobile as well. So the opportunities gained through this will be of immense knowledge to us as well as the open source users of our project. V. ACKNOWLEDGMENT We feel ourselves honored and privileged to place our warm salutation to Kent State University and department of Computer science which gave us the opportunity to have expertise in engineering and profound technical knowledge. We have our gratitude professor Dr. Kambiz Ghazinour, for providing us with the environment and means to enrich our skills and motivating us in our endeavor and helping us realize our full potential. We would like to convey thanks to Mr. Sravan kumar for his regular guidance and constant encouragement and we are extremely grateful to him for his valuable suggestions and unflinching co-operation throughout project work. References [1] Gary Handman, Film Studies: UC Berkeley Library Film Reviews and Film Criticism: An Introduction. [2] Rudy Prabowo1 , Sentiment Analysis: A Combined Approach, Mike Thelwall School of Computing and Information Technology University of Wolverhampton Wulfruna Street WV1 1SB Wolverhampton, UK. [3] https://web.stanford.edu/~jurafsky/slp3/slides/7_Sent.pdf [4] Shivakumar Vaithyanathan, Bo Pang and Lillian Lee. Thumbs up? Sentiment Classification using Machine Learning Techniques. [5] Henrique Siqueira and Flavia Barros Centro de Inform´atica (CIn) - Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE) Recife-PE . A Feature Extraction Process for Sentiment Analysis of Opinions on Services . [6] https://web.stanford.edu/class/cs124/lec/naivebayes.pdf [7] Dr.S.Kannan, Vairaprakash Gurusamy: Preprocessing Techniques for Text Mining [8] http://nlp.stanford.edu/IR-book/html/htmledition/tokenization-1.html [9] S.L. Ting, W.H. Ip, Albert H.C. Tsang Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hum, Kowloon, Hong Kong : Is Naïve Bayes a Good Classifier for Document Classification? International Journal of Software Engineering and Its Applications Vol. 5, No. 3, July, 2011 37 [10] Gerard Biau : Analysis of a Random Forests Model ,Journal of Machine Learning Research 13 (2012) 1063-1095 Submitted 10/10; Revised 10/11; Published 4/12 . [11] LEO BREIMAN , Random Forests, University of California, Berkeley Machine Learning, 45, 5–32, 2001. [12] Philip Beineke, Trevor Hastie, Christopher Manning and Shivakumar Vaithyanathan. An exploration of sentiment summarization. In Proceedings of AAAI 2003, pp.12-15. [13] Andrew L. Maas, Raymond E. Daly, Peter T. Pham, Dan Huang, Andrew Y. Ng, and Christopher Potts. Learning Word Vectors for Sentiment Analysis. [14] Shravan Vishwanathan. Sentiment Analysis for Movie Reviews. [15] Minqing Hu and Bing Liu. Opinion Feature Extraction Using Class Sequential Rules. [16] Kushal Dave, Steve Lawrence and David M. Pennock. Mining the peanut gallery: Opinion extraction and semantic classification of product reviews. In Proceedings of WWW 2005, pp.519-528. [17] Steven Bird, Ewan Klein and Edward Loper, Natural Language Processing with Python, 2014. [18] Alyssa Liang. Rotten Tomatoes: Sentiment Classification in Movie Reviews, CS 229,2006 [19] Hitesh Parmar, Sanjay Bhanderi and Glory Shah. Sentiment Mining of Movie Reviews using Random Forest with Tuned Hyperparameters.
  6. 6. valuable source for us to dig in further on. Even though the steps mentioned were already achieved before, the application which we were trying to implement through the methods described will have a profound impact on the project. We applied naïve bayes and random forest on data set to achieve an accountable accuracy to implement our application’s predictability rate and it came out well. Prediction based on type of movie review was thoroughly classified. Naive bayes classifier works on small data set which means it initially takes the pre-allocation memory from device and random forest has a positive side on taking multiple true, false values to implement classification and regression. Ultimately our application through the extension of above mentioned process, we managed to create a web application which would take input of a word or sentence and output as a positive or negative. This will be expanded to other languages and as well as to a web crawler which can review a site. Focusing on the user interface we planned to release this application on mobile as well. So the opportunities gained through this will be of immense knowledge to us as well as the open source users of our project. V. ACKNOWLEDGMENT We feel ourselves honored and privileged to place our warm salutation to Kent State University and department of Computer science which gave us the opportunity to have expertise in engineering and profound technical knowledge. We have our gratitude professor Dr. Kambiz Ghazinour, for providing us with the environment and means to enrich our skills and motivating us in our endeavor and helping us realize our full potential. We would like to convey thanks to Mr. Sravan kumar for his regular guidance and constant encouragement and we are extremely grateful to him for his valuable suggestions and unflinching co-operation throughout project work. References [1] Gary Handman, Film Studies: UC Berkeley Library Film Reviews and Film Criticism: An Introduction. [2] Rudy Prabowo1 , Sentiment Analysis: A Combined Approach, Mike Thelwall School of Computing and Information Technology University of Wolverhampton Wulfruna Street WV1 1SB Wolverhampton, UK. [3] https://web.stanford.edu/~jurafsky/slp3/slides/7_Sent.pdf [4] Shivakumar Vaithyanathan, Bo Pang and Lillian Lee. Thumbs up? Sentiment Classification using Machine Learning Techniques. [5] Henrique Siqueira and Flavia Barros Centro de Inform´atica (CIn) - Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE) Recife-PE . A Feature Extraction Process for Sentiment Analysis of Opinions on Services . [6] https://web.stanford.edu/class/cs124/lec/naivebayes.pdf [7] Dr.S.Kannan, Vairaprakash Gurusamy: Preprocessing Techniques for Text Mining [8] http://nlp.stanford.edu/IR-book/html/htmledition/tokenization-1.html [9] S.L. Ting, W.H. Ip, Albert H.C. Tsang Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hum, Kowloon, Hong Kong : Is Naïve Bayes a Good Classifier for Document Classification? International Journal of Software Engineering and Its Applications Vol. 5, No. 3, July, 2011 37 [10] Gerard Biau : Analysis of a Random Forests Model ,Journal of Machine Learning Research 13 (2012) 1063-1095 Submitted 10/10; Revised 10/11; Published 4/12 . [11] LEO BREIMAN , Random Forests, University of California, Berkeley Machine Learning, 45, 5–32, 2001. [12] Philip Beineke, Trevor Hastie, Christopher Manning and Shivakumar Vaithyanathan. An exploration of sentiment summarization. In Proceedings of AAAI 2003, pp.12-15. [13] Andrew L. Maas, Raymond E. Daly, Peter T. Pham, Dan Huang, Andrew Y. Ng, and Christopher Potts. Learning Word Vectors for Sentiment Analysis. [14] Shravan Vishwanathan. Sentiment Analysis for Movie Reviews. [15] Minqing Hu and Bing Liu. Opinion Feature Extraction Using Class Sequential Rules. [16] Kushal Dave, Steve Lawrence and David M. Pennock. Mining the peanut gallery: Opinion extraction and semantic classification of product reviews. In Proceedings of WWW 2005, pp.519-528. [17] Steven Bird, Ewan Klein and Edward Loper, Natural Language Processing with Python, 2014. [18] Alyssa Liang. Rotten Tomatoes: Sentiment Classification in Movie Reviews, CS 229,2006 [19] Hitesh Parmar, Sanjay Bhanderi and Glory Shah. Sentiment Mining of Movie Reviews using Random Forest with Tuned Hyperparameters.

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