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OKG: A Knowledge Graph for Fine-grained Understanding of Social Media Discourse on Inequality

Authors: Blin, Inès; Stork, Lise; Spillner, Laura; Santagiustina, Carlo Romano Marcello Alessandro;

OKG: A Knowledge Graph for Fine-grained Understanding of Social Media Discourse on Inequality

Abstract

The Observatory Knowledge Graph (OKG) is a knowledge graph with tweets on inequality in terms of the OBIO ontology (https://w3id.org/okg/obio-ontology/), which integrates social media metadata with various types of linguistic knowledge. The OKG can be used as the backbone of a social media observatory, to facilitate a deeper understanding of social media discourse on inequality. We retrieved tweets and retweets published from the end (30th) of May 2020 to the beginning (1st) of May 2023. In this version of the OKG, we use a sample of 85,247 tweets, published from May 30th to August 27th, 2020. To be compliant with Twitter's policies, we remove usernames and id's, as well as the tweet texts and sentences. We also replace user IRIs with skolem IRIs through skolemization. Access to the OKG as well as the SPARQL endpoint can be requested by sending a mail to the contact person with the following information: A description of the use case Affiliation of the researchers involved How their work is in line with Twitter's policies: https://developer.twitter.com/en/developer-terms/policy#4-d

Keywords

Knowledge Graph, Social Media Discourse, Twitter, Social Inequality, Observatory, Natural Language Processing

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