Get the Twitter Fat Pipe

Texifter is launching a second beta test period using “Power Track for Twitter” fire hose filtering a service provided by GNIP. We have streamlined the process of providing Enterprise class access to the beta test. This beta includes access to an expanding set of tools for archiving, filtering, coding, validating and machine classifying text. You can train a custom machine classifier in about 30 minutes.

Sign up for the beta test here.

The GNIP Power Track, in partnership with Twitter, provides users with unrestricted, real-time filtering of the Twitter fire hose. This enriched feature for DiscoverText provides a valuable analytical tool to our users. Not only will the GNIP Power Track provide users with access to the full stream of fire hose data, it will also provide Klout scores, language data, re-tweet frequency, geographic coordinates, and all #hashtags where available in the results. Taken together, this quantity of data and rich metadata fields will allow users to perform valuable social media analysis within DiscoverText.

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About Stuart Shulman

Stuart Shulman is a political science professor, software inventor, entrepreneur, and garlic growing enthusiast who coaches U13 boys club soccer and in the Olympic Development Program with a national D-license. He is Founder & CEO of Texifter, LLC, Director of QDAP-UMass, and Editor Emeritus of the Journal of Information Technology & Politics. Stu is the proud owner of a Bernese/Shepherd named "Colbert" who is much better known as 'Bert. You can follow his exploits @stuartwshulman.
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