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Week 3 Due to a busy week in California, and preparations for Amsterdam, I am going to skip right to Week 3 of the Holiday Shopping Updates, meaning analysis for the dates November 13-20. In our first analysis, we captured … Continue reading
This is an 11-minute tutorial covering how you get started using the GNIP Power Track for Twitter (the “full firehose”) to capture large numbers of Tweets for analysis. Tweet This Post
It took all of three days for 27 individuals from around the country (and maybe the world) to collectively code 22,348 Tweets that mentioned Osama bin Laden, following his assassination. This crowdsourcing feat, sponsored by the Qualitative Data Analysis Program … Continue reading
A few days ago, DiscoverText ingested document 100,000,000. It was probably a Tweet. Researchers woke up today to a newly optimized database of more than 300,000,000 meta data values. Over the coming days and weeks, we will be rolling out … Continue reading
PRE-DEBATE (September 1st – September 7th) It’s September again, summer vacations have ended, schools are back in session, and the presidential primary election campaign is in full swing. While Zogby International and Gallup polling may tell you that Perry and Romney … Continue reading
DiscoverText is preparing to launch a short and exclusive beta test period using “PowerTrack for Twitter Firehose Filtering” a service provided by GNIP. Compared to the “rate limited” service offered by DiscoverText through the public Twitter API, the “Full Firehose” … Continue reading