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What Twitter tells us about our happiness

Look on the bright side: Twitter data shows we're happiest on Saturdays Image: StockSnap.io

Chris Danforth

Flint Professor of Mathematical, Natural, and Technical Sciences, University of Vermont

Peter Sheridan Dodds

Professor, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Vermont

P. Murali Doraiswamy

Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine, Duke University Medical Center

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Daily timeseries of happiness in English tweets, based on a random 10% of messages posted worldwide. Interactive version available on http://hedonometer.org
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