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No surprises: More people tweet more. Visualizing twitter counts during election day.

October 20, 2013
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No surprises: More people tweet more. Visualizing twitter counts during election day.

As if the R world needed another example of Twitter visualizations, right? Well, here we go anyway.At the beginning of 2013, Pablo Barberá released the first version of his R package 'streamR' (CRAN link). With this package, you can tap into the streaming capabilities of the Twitter API. I did so for 10 consecutive days. Luckily,...

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Sentiment Analysis on Twitter with Datumbox API

September 9, 2013
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Sentiment Analysis on Twitter with Datumbox API

Hey there! After my post about sentiment analysis using the Viralheat API I found another service. Datumbox ist offering special sentiment analysis for Twitter. But this API doesn´t just offer sentiment analysis, it offers a much more detailed analysis. „The currently supported API functions are: Sentiment Analysis, Twitter Sentiment Analysis, Subjectivity Analysis, Topic Classification, Spam …

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Sentiment Analysis on Twitter with Viralheat API

September 2, 2013
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Sentiment Analysis on Twitter with Viralheat API

Hi there! Some time ago I published a post about doing a sentiment analysis on Twitter. I used two wordlists to do so; one with positive and one with negative words. For the first try of a sentiment analysis it is surely a good way to start but if you want to receive more accurate …

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R, Twitter and URLs

August 26, 2013
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R, Twitter and URLs

Yesterday evening, I wanted to play with Twitter, and see which websites I was using as references in my tweets, to get a Top 4 list. The first problem I got was because installing twitteR on Ubuntu is not that simple ! You have to install properly RCurl… But you before install the package in R, it is necessary...

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Geeky Reviews – Madras Cafe via Twitter

August 24, 2013
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Geeky Reviews – Madras Cafe via Twitter

It seems like I have been going south since the blog started, first with the politicians and then Chennai Express. So continuing that journey, this time around I am looking at a Madras Cafe to find out what the TwitterVerse has been talking about it. Now the process is pretty much similar to that of... Read More ...

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Twitter Movie Review – Chennai Express

August 11, 2013
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Twitter Movie Review – Chennai Express

In the spirit of my first post (Pappu Vs. Feku) I will continue to explore the use of Twitter in providing an eye into the events of contemporary interest, and movies are certainly something that capture interest of a large majority of Indian audience. So I am looking at Chennai Express that released last week... Read More ...

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Pappu Vs. Feku – Twitter Wars

August 10, 2013
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Pappu Vs. Feku – Twitter Wars

In my quest to practice R and learn text mining, I am looking at one of the popular Twitter Wars between two political personalities of India who are fondly known in the TwitterVerse as ‘Pappu’ and ‘Feku’ which is basically their ‘ghar ka naam’ or ‘pyar wala naam’. Anyway, the discussion about the origin of the... Read More ...

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Getting started with twitteR in R

June 13, 2013
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Getting started with twitteR in R

I have asked by a few people lately to help walk them through using twitter API in R, and I’ve always just directed them to the blog post I wrote last year during the US presidential debates not knowing that Twitter had changed a few things. Having my interest peaked through a potential project at

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Twitter Twitter on the Web, Who is the Most Popular of All? Interactively Determining Popularity of Two Entitites on Twitter

June 12, 2013
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Twitter Twitter on the Web, Who is the Most Popular of All? Interactively Determining Popularity of Two Entitites on Twitter

Code updated based on feedback (see list of changes at the very end)Okay, that was a take on the mirror mirror on the wall quote from Snow White. This continues my saga of learning from the superb work done by the R-community and building on their...

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Data sonification with R: the sound of Twitter data

May 29, 2013
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Data sonification with R: the sound of Twitter data

What does a tweet sound like? Not the kind that flies around in the air, but the kind that zips to and from our mobile devices. I’m intensely interested in finding ways to make sense of data. Sonification of data – representing data with sound – offers one way to do that. This post steps

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