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 No.91549

I've read several articles about how the languages posted on the internet can be analyzed which words are categorized into different types and establish a link between these and the various info about the posters including gender, age, personality, income, etc. The results show huge difference of word choices between different class of persons.

For example, one paper analyzed this connection for Big Five personality traits using social media posts and visualized the results with word clouds so the significance is readily interpreted.
For Kissu posts, a casual examination reveals the following placement in the personality scale:
extraversion - introversion: huge introversion words bias
neuroticism - emotional stability: there are words from both
agreeableness: same as above
conscientiousness: high for /qa/ but low for /jp/
openness: very high

In other words, the user base of Kissu shares the following traits: introversion and openness (in MBTI words, INXX); /qa/ is more "serious" while /jp/ is less; medium in scale of negative emotional ranting and unfriendliness, which shows up in cases of heated arguments and vermin.

The word analysis seems to be consistent with the general impression of the boards mentioned. The question is, are imageboards expected to be a community of like-minded individuals, so the prevalence of specific word choices indicates the common personality trait of their posters, or are the variations of posters too large to be analyzed with this method?

 No.91550

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Where did you get the
>For Kissu posts, a casual examination reveals the following placement in the personality scale:
from?

 No.91551

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>>91550
Just a cursory comparison between the word choices here and the word clouds visualization in this paper:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3783449/
The difference should be pretty obvious. As the original uses FB as the dataset, I mentally replaced the words to the "Non-norm equivalent" for some interpretations.
By the way, the comparison also reveals the obvious that Kissu users are mostly males between 23-29 years old.

 No.91552

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Huh, this seems pretty interesting. Did you add all the text on active threads and then run some sort of program that finds patterns or important words? Or is this a manual interpretation that you did in your head?

>are imageboards expected to be a community of like-minded individuals
Probably not expected to be that way, but like every other group on the planet there's a natural inclination to seek out the path of least resistance and conflict, barring some people who (briefly) enjoy that kind of thing.

>are the variations of posters too large to be analyzed with this method?
Doubt it. 4chan or futaba probably have the most variety, but people are still cordoned off from each other in lots of different interests.

 No.91554

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Oh, nevermind my question above then.

You can use a wordcloud generator that lets you plugin in a URL to get a nice summary of things.
Using https://old.kissu.moe/qa/catalog you can get the words from the OPs. I think getting text from every thread would take far more effort, so I'll never do it.

 No.91555

>>91552
>>91554
It's just manual for now. I've looked though most of posts here so I'm pretty familiar with what typical posts look like. Maybe neuroticism and agreeableness scale can be better determined with some calculation but I don't have the LIWC software used for the categorization of words.

>4chan or futaba probably have the most variety, but people are still cordoned off from each other in lots of different interests.
Well there are large variation even between some generals on the same board, so the range of application of this method can be meaninglessly small.

 No.91556

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 No.91557

>>91556
We need more female language on kissu :) ^_^ <3. I'm soooo excited for shopping and proud of my sister and mom, yay!

 No.91559

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>>91557
I'm not going to read all those pargraphs on the page, but it's definitely a flawed methodology. Look at the stuff for 30+ demographic. It's old people doing virtual chain letters:
copy_and
paste_this_to
attention_._copy
please_post_this
put_this_on

and the other stuff is cliche phrases that are so mundane that it can only be copied and pasted stuff. It's not actual speech, although it does paint a depressing image of how older people communicate, or don't, on social media.

 No.91560

>>91557
I'd really rather that then the male language...

 No.91561

>>91556
Women rly be shopping

 No.91562

>>91560
BASED and CRINGE

 No.91563

>>91562
I wondered why they weren't there, but going by the PS3 and 360 tags it seems this was made some time ago.

 No.91564

metal government football fighting xbox budget bitches
shopping sweetie sooooo puppy wishing =] blessed

 No.91565


 No.91566

Akebi Kagamin sperm boobers nuclear season vtumor shab IRC

 No.91568

>>91549
>neuroticism - emotional stability: there are words from both
looks like I need to start posting more often

 No.91569

>>91567
btw, don't tell other posters to leave.

 No.91570

>>91567
rude

 No.91576

what would be different if all the big 5 traits were the same except for openness being very low

 No.91594

>>91556
>hacked

 No.91595

>>91556
FUCKIN WAR GOVERNMENT FUCKING MY WIFE WISHES HE FUCKED MY GIRLFRIEND HIMSELF PLAYING COD: BLACK OPS: MODERN WARFARE XBOX HOLY SHIT

FREEDOM PRESIDENT FOOTBALL RIGHTS FTW BITCHES

 No.91615

>>91595
Male spotted.




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