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Visualizing the #nonato Twitter hashtag – time series and top users

May 21, 2012
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Visualizing the #nonato Twitter hashtag – time series and top users

  The NATO summit is currently being held in Chicago, and, as is typical for NATO or G# summits, the streets and tweets are full of dissent.  In the spirit of my past investigations of online dissent (#jan25, #25bahman, #12fev,… Read more ›

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Charting Twitter time series data with tweet and unique user counts

May 21, 2012
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Let’s say you’ve used my Python script to automate the download of a hashtag or search phrase from Twitter (in a Unicode safe way, unlike within R).  Now let’s say you want to visualize the number of tweets over time.  Easy… Read more ›

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RNA-Seq Methods & March Twitter Roundup

April 6, 2012
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There were lots of interesting developments this month that didn't work their way into a full blog post. Here is an incomplete list of what I've been tweeting about over the last few weeks. But first I want to draw your attention to the latest manuscri...

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Twitter

April 4, 2012
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In honor of Twitter making the decision to come to Detroit, here’s a special post on how I became a Twitter user. … At 3:30pm my wife called me. There was a shooting where my brother-in-law works at UPMC Western...

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Twitter Germany will be based in Berlin – Taking a look at the numbers

March 27, 2012
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Twitter Germany will be based in Berlin – Taking a look at the numbers

What I really love about Twitter is that everything they do seems to be data-based. They’re so data-driven, they even analyze the ingredients of their lunch to ensure everyone at the company is living a healthy lifestyle. So, the decision for Berlin as their German headquarter cannot be a random or value-based decision.

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R, Twitter and McDonald’s

March 23, 2012
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R, Twitter and McDonald’s

Ed Chen is a data scientist at Twitter, so he's accustomed to working with big data and complex models. In an interview with MIT Technology Review, he describes his data science toolbox: A common pattern for me is that I'll code a MapReduce job in Scala, do some simple command-line munging on the results, pass the data into Python...

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Mining Twitter for consumer attitudes towards hotels

March 9, 2012
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Mining Twitter for consumer attitudes towards hotels

Couple of months back I read Jeffrey Breen’s presentation on mining Twitter for consumer attitudes towards airlines, so I was just curious how it would look if I estimate the sentiment toward major hotels. So here it is: # load twitter library > library(twitteR) # search for all the hilton tweets > hilton.tweets=searchTwitter('@hilton',n=1500) > length(hilton.tweets)

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People voice about Lynas Malaysia through Twitter Analysis with R CloudStat

February 28, 2012
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People voice about Lynas Malaysia through Twitter Analysis with R CloudStat

People voice about Lynas Malaysia through Twitter Analysis with R CloudStat: CloudStat Analysis: This is a twitter analysis report for “Lynas” from 21 till 28 February 2012, generated by CloudStat Twitter Application. Lynas was a hot topic, espec...

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R twitteR Analysis: How HOT is the Lynas Rare Earths Mining Malaysia?

February 25, 2012
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R twitteR Analysis: How HOT is the Lynas Rare Earths Mining Malaysia?

Since Lynas Malaysia Corporation, Australia Rare Earth Refiner Granted Malaysia License, it is always a very hot topic. This can be proven through the daily tweets across recent 7 days. This chart was built by Tweets Keyword Trending Application @...

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Visualising Twitter User Timeline Activity in R

February 17, 2012
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Visualising Twitter User Timeline Activity in R

I’ve largely avoided “time” in R to date, but following a chat with @mhawksey at #dev8d yesterday, I went down a rathole last night exploring a few ways of visualising a Twitter user timeline and as a result also had a quick initial play with some time handling features of R, such as timeseries objects,

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