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    ​ConvoKit by Cornell - is a toolkit for extracting conversational features and analyzing social phenomena in conversations. It includes several large conversational datasets along with scripts exemplifying the use of the toolkit on these datasets.
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      A set of lexical and parse-based features correlating with politeness and impoliteness.
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      A framework for characterizing utterances and terms based on their expected conversational context, consisting of model implementations and wrapper pipelines.
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      A method for extracting structural features of conversations through a hypergraph representation.
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      A method to compute the linguistic diversity of individuals within their own conversations, and between other individuals in a population.