The Word Cloud above summarizes some data from tweets by President Trump. The green words are words that are significantly more likely to be used in tweets with a positive sentiment. The red represents words more likely to be used in negative tweets.

The code I used to create this tweet is below. All you need to do to run is to make sure you have installed the relevant packages (from github), and replace input.phrases in the first line with your data. Please read How to Show Sentiment in Word Clouds for a more general discussion of the logic behind the code below.

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The R code

 
library(flipTextAnalysis)
text.to.analyze <- input.phrases

# Converting the text to a vector
text.to.analyze <- as.character(text.to.analyze)

# Extracting the words from the text
library(flipTextAnalysis)
options <- GetTextAnalysisOptions(phrases = '', 
                                 extra.stopwords.text = 'amp',
                                 replacements.text = '',
                                 do.stem = TRUE,
                                 do.spell = TRUE)
text.analysis.setup <- InitializeWordBag(text.to.analyze, min.frequency = 5.0, operations = options$operations, manual.replacements = options$replacement.matrix, stoplist = options$stopwords, alphabetical.sort = FALSE, phrases = options$phrases, print.type = switch("Word Frequencies", "Word Frequencies" = "frequencies", "Transformed Text" = "transformations")) 

# Sentiment analysis of the phrases 
phrase.sentiment = SaveNetSentimentScores(text.to.analyze, check.simple.suffixes = TRUE, blanks.as.missing = TRUE) 
phrase.sentiment[phrase.sentiment >= 1] = 1
phrase.sentiment[phrase.sentiment <= -1] = -1

# Sentiment analysis of the words
td <- as.matrix(AsTermMatrix(text.analysis.setup, min.frequency = 1.0, sparse = TRUE))
counts <- text.analysis.setup$final.counts 
phrase.word.sentiment <- sweep(td, 1, phrase.sentiment, "*")
phrase.word.sentiment[td == 0] <- NA # Setting missing values to Missing
word.mean <- apply(phrase.word.sentiment,2, FUN = mean, na.rm = TRUE)
word.sd <- apply(phrase.word.sentiment,2, FUN = sd, na.rm = TRUE)
word.n <- apply(!is.na(phrase.word.sentiment),2, FUN = sum, na.rm = TRUE)
word.se <- word.sd / sqrt(word.n)
word.z <- word.mean / word.se
word.z[word.n <= 3 || is.na(word.se)] <- 0        
words <- text.analysis.setup$final.tokens
x <- data.frame(word = words, 
      freq = counts, 
      "Sentiment" = word.mean,
      "Z-Score" = word.z,
      Length = nchar(words))
word.data <- x[order(counts, decreasing = TRUE), ]

# Working out the colors
n = nrow(word.data)
colors = rep("grey", n)
colors[word.data$Z.Score < -1.96] = "Red" 
colors[word.data$Z.Score > 1.96] =  "Green"

# Creating the word cloud
library(wordcloud2)
wordcloud2(data = word.data[, -3], color = colors, size = 0.4)