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Soda vs. Pop with Twitter

July 6, 2012
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Soda vs. Pop with Twitter

One of the great things about Twitter is that it’s a global conversation anyone can join anytime. Eavesdropping on the world, what what! Of course, it gets even better when you can mine all this chatter to study the way humans live and interact. For example, how do people in New York City differ from those in Silicon Valley? We...

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impacTwit : How big is your work on twitter?

June 29, 2012
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impacTwit : How big is your work on twitter?

There’s a great Tom Waits song from the album “Mule Variations” called “Big in Japan”. The beauty of saying you’re big in Japan is that no one can ever really verify the statement (or at least that was more true in 1999). You might assert “my work is big on twitter”, and hey, how would I know?...

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Using twitteR to see, what german press secretary tweets about

June 24, 2012
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Using twitteR to see, what german press secretary tweets about

Find the HTML-slides here, and the .Rmd-file that was used to generate here. How to deal with .Rmd-files, see here What this is about These are my first steps to play around with the interface from R to twitter, using the twitteR-package. We will load the latest 1500 (maximum the API allows) tweets from the

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Twitter unfollowers with R and Rook

Twitter unfollowers with R and Rook

In my last blog I'm following you in Twitter...are you following me back? I show you how to use the Twitter APIs to get a list of the people that you follow but doesn't follow you back.This time, I want to extend the tool as I installed the R...

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I’m following you in Twitter…are you following me back?

If you spend some time on Twitter, you might have some followers and some people that you follow...the more time you spend, the more people you're going to interact with...Sometimes, you just realized that you're following some many people that might o...

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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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