Veremark analyses each question to determine the sentiment within the response.
Each question is assigned 4 scores that represent how likely the sentiment was correctly detected.
Take the example below, this is how the 4 scores for a real answer are represented.
In this example it is 96 percent likely that the text has a POSITIVE sentiment. Where as there is a less than 1 percent likelihood that the text has a NEAGATIVE sentiment.
In this instance we would assign the response with a POSITIVE sentiment, i.e. it is the dominant sentiment within the group.
Note in the case of a dominant MIXED result, we group this within the neutral category.
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