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Twitter Mining and Visualization with Netlytic.org

Presentation on using Netlytic.org for mining and visualization of Twitter data given at PodCamp 2013 #pcto13.

Adrian Ebsary

on 2 December 2014

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Transcript of Twitter Mining and Visualization with Netlytic.org

Mining & Visualizing Twitter with Netlytic.org
@AJEbsary - Adrian J. Ebsary
AttentionEconomist.com 2. 1. 3. =CONCATENATE("@",MID(A1,FIND("/",A1, 18)+1,100)) Examples Data for all, or data for-hire? Privacy, under oligarchy vs. transparency, with sousveillance Data Prep Mining Tools Keyword Selection Netlytic-ating via @Dalprof 1. Research keywords and relative usage 2. "Hashtag" returns more than "#Hashtag" 3. Use your Boolean operators! 4. Tread carefully around non-ASCII characters The Twitter Fuzz If you provide an API that returns Twitter data, you may only return IDs (including tweet IDs and user IDs).

You may export or extract non-programmatic, GUI-driven Twitter Content as a PDF or spreadsheet by using "save as" or similar functionality. Exporting Twitter Content to a datastore as a service or other cloud based service, however, is not permitted. Don’t resyndicate data. If your service consumes Twitter data, don’t take that data and expose it via an API, post it to other cloud services, and so on. ?
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