Visualising Twitter coverage of recent bioinformatics conferences

June 20, 2017

(This article was first published on R – What You're Doing Is Rather Desperate, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Back in February, I wrote some R code to analyse tweets covering the 2017 Lorne Genome conference. It worked pretty well. So I reused the code for two recent bioinformatics meetings held in Sydney: the Sydney Bioinformatics Research Symposium and the VIZBI 2017 meeting.

So without further ado, here are the reports in markdown format, which display quite nicely when pushed to Github:

and you can dig around in the repository for the Rmarkdown, HTML and image files, if you like.

Filed under: bioinformatics, meetings, R, statistics Tagged: sbrs2017, twitter, vizbi2017

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