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Searching Twitter with ArcGIS Pro Using R

August 18, 2015
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Searching Twitter with ArcGIS Pro Using R

I committed to testing this a long time ago, however, a number of other projects intervened, so I have only just got around to writing up this short tutorial. One of the exciting things from the ESRI Developers Conference this year was the launch of the R-ArcGIS bridge. In simple terms, this enables you to run R...

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Intraday time series analysis of the #rstats hashtag on Twitter

June 11, 2015
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Intraday time series analysis of the #rstats hashtag on Twitter

This post is a lecture for IS624 Predictive Analytics, which is part of the CUNY Master’s program in Data Analytics. …Continue reading →

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Who interacts on Twitter during a conference (#JDSLille)

June 7, 2015
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Who interacts on Twitter during a conference (#JDSLille)

Disclamer: This is a joint post with Avner Bar-Hen, a.k.a. @a_bh, Benjamin Guedj, a.k.a. @bguedj and Nathalie Villa, a.k.a. @Natty_V2 Organised annually since 1970 by the French Society of Statistics (SFdS), the Journées de Statistique (JdS) are the most important scientific event of the French statistical community. More than 400 researchers, teachers and practitioners meet at each edition. In 2015,...

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Analysing the Twitter Mentions Network

June 1, 2015
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Analysing the Twitter Mentions Network

By Douglas Ashton, Consultant One of the big successes of data analytics is the cultural change in how business decisions are being made. There is now wide spread acceptance of the role that data science has to play in decision … Continue reading →

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Analyzing R-Bloggers’ posts via Twitter

May 18, 2015
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Analyzing R-Bloggers’ posts via Twitter

For those who don’t know, every time a new blog post gets added to R-Bloggers, it gets a corresponding tweet by @Rbloggers, which gets seen by Rbloggers’ ~20k followers fairly fast. And every time my post gets published, I can’t help but check up on how many people gave that tweet some Twitter love, ie. “favorite”d or...

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Randomly Sample Twitter Followers in R

April 27, 2015
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Randomly Sample Twitter Followers in R

So yesterday, I set up an #AmazonGiveaway for my new R book at https://giveaway.amazon.com/p/ea32d421d8d7672d — but I had my 10 year old input the number that will determine every nth person who gets the printed

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Ideologia de Políticos usando o Twitter

March 16, 2015
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Ideologia de Políticos usando o Twitter

Utilizando dados do twitter, sua API e o R, resolvi estimar ideologia de políticos importantes no cenário nacional.A ideia é  calcular "Pontos ideais" levando em consideração os seguidores das contas do twitter de cada Político.Estimar "Ideal Points" não é uma ideia nova e a interpretação do que de fato significam essas estimativas ainda são pontos de discussão. Entretanto, não...

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Playing around with #rstats twitter data

Playing around with #rstats twitter data

As a bit of weekend fun, I decided to briefly look into the #rstats twitter data that Stephen Turner collected and made available (thanks!). Essentially, this data set contains some basic information about over 100,000 tweets that contain the hashtag… Continue reading →

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How Twitter Improved my Ecological Model

February 26, 2015
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How Twitter Improved my Ecological Model

For a last couple weeks I’ve been working on a marine ecosystem model using a technique called Inverse Modeling(1)I’ll be sure to do a writeup on what Inverse Modeling is and what makes it interesting in the future.; and while there’s been lots of progress, I’m starting to get to the point where the model takes some

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Programming a Twitter bot – and the rescue from procrastination

January 19, 2015
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A considerable share of Twitter accounts is not actually run by humans. According to a recent release by Twitter, `up to approximately 8.5%' of the active users are bots or third-party software that automatically aggregates tweets. Bots can follow other users, retweet content or post content on their own. What they say is essentially generated by scripts. Take...

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