Obligatory Twitter Sentiment Post

The Twittersphere plays a completely unconcerning vital role in modern society. Now, let's use Twitter to it's full potential and expose humanity's candy preferences!

After pinging the Twitter API for candy tweets over the course of a week, I piped each tweet into a Multinomial Naive Bayes sentiment classification algorithm. The average sentiment of each candy is shown in the bubbly bubble chart below:

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About

Hi, I'm Chris and I'm a Data Scientist living in Vancouver, BC with my wonderful wife and occasionally wonderful Shih Tzu, Bubba. I'm always on the lookout for amazing new experiences, so feel free to send a message!

Professional Interests: Computational Modeling, Data Science, Environmentalism, Optics

Personal Interests: Piano, Biking, Video Games, Tabletop Gaming, Single Origin Esoteric Coffee

General Disinterests: Pursing a second PhD, Paying San Fransisco rent again, Endorsing pizzerias outside of my homestate of New York

Cookie Interests: Chocolate Chip, Crackle, Gingersnap