Feature: Metro

The Metro created a feature on the sentiment analysis we were carrying out during a live data visualisation installation to discover how happy and sad each London borough was feeling. The analysis revealed the happiest and saddest boroughs, the times of day London was happiest and the topics most associated with feeling positive and negative emotions.

The happiest place to live in London has been revealed by our tweets and Instagram posts. The study has been produced by data analysts Tekja, which ranked Bexely has the best place to live in the city based on happy and sad posts and comments. Haringey is the second happiest place in London followed by Redbridge.