FEEL: French Expanded Emotion Lexicon
FEEL is a French lexicon containing more than 14 000 distinct words expressing emotions and sentiments. It follows the Ekman basic two polarities and six emotions (Ekman, 1992). It has been created by automatically translating and expanding the English Emotional Lexicon NRC-Canada (Mohammad & Turney, 2013). The process has been supervised and validated manually by a human professional translator.
Download FEEL.csv (UTF-8)
How to cite
Amine Abdaoui, Jérôme Azé, Sandra Bringay et Pascal Poncelet. FEEL: French Expanded Emotion Lexicon. Language Resources and Evaluation, LRE 2016, pp 1-23.
Many thanks to Claire Fournier for the manual validation of the automatic translations
- Ekman, P., 1992. An argument for basic emotions. Cognition & emotion 6, 169–200.
- Mohammad, S.M., Turney, P.D., 2013. Crowdsourcing a Word-Emotion Association Lexicon. Computational Intelligence 29, 436–465.