Fact-Feeling Dataset

If you use this data in your research, please refer to and cite: Oraby, Shereen, Reed, Lena, Compton, Ryan, Riloff, Ellen, Walker, Marilyn, and Whittaker, Steve. "And That's a Fact: Distinguishing Factual and Emotional Argumentation in Online Dialogue". In The 2nd Workshop on Argumentation Mining, atThe North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL), Denver, Colorado, 2015.

Overview: The Fact-Feeling dataset is a subset of the Internet Argument Corpus (IAC, also available for download), including response text from quote-response pairs annotated for factual and feeling-based argument style.

Data: The data available for download is an updated version of the data used in the paper below (including some updated full-length responses). It also includes originally unannotated data labeled using the described bootstrapping methodology.

Download: Fill out the following form to download the Fact-Feeling Dataset.

Contact: Please direct questions to Shereen Oraby: soraby [at] ucsc [dot] edu

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