Hi friends, it’s been quite a while since I’ve done a #FunDataFriday entry and boy do I have a doozy for you today!
What is it?
Why is it awesome?
It’s awesome because it’s hilarious! Be prepared to laugh at yourself. Your Twitter history will be reduced into a few main themes and your your text patterns (or lazy habits) magnified.
Check out my results below in what I’m calling the LauraBot.
LauraBot Making Small Talk
I like this version of LauraBot. She’s unapologetically throwing out sass or hook lines with no apparent purpose.
LauraBot on Data
LauraBot learned very quickly that I talk a LOT about data, dataviz and geek activities. Though I do like to think that I have a bit more substance than just “The book with the nerdy activities too right?”.
LauraBot on Women in Tech
It also picked up on #rladies and our meetups as well as my general posting about women in tech and being a mom. Probably the funniest post below is the mashup of it all; “Women attending a business photos #momlife”.
LauraBot on Others
I also try to share the work of others and I guess LauraBot figured that out too. I personally would love to see the tutorial studying the relative popularity of Caitlin Hudon, or check out Emily Robinson’s firefox extension. I sure would love to know what Roger Rabbit hole we went down with David Robinson!
How to Get Started?
I highly encourage you to check out your own Twitter bot! It was a super fun way to start my Friday. You can visit the app directly here, or you can run it locally with the below R code from their website.
remotes::install_github("serrat839/mRkov") install.packages("shiny") library(shiny) shiny::runGitHub("mRkov_shiny", username="serrat839")