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Links 1 through 10 of 47 by Nathan Gilliatt tagged twitter

The story of the Gnip/Twitter partnership, as told by those who led the effort on both sides. See the comments for the Twitter side.

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Twitter's dual role as a globally open channel for opinions and as a data source for analysts creates serious challenges when the opinions are political and the analysts work for governments.

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Wasim Ahmed shares a thoughtful analysis of the limits of using Twitter data in social science research.

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Researchers at Arizona State and Carnegie Mellon tested Twitter data from the Syrian crisis to discover the differences between access methods. Bottom line: "the bias introduced by the Streaming API is significant."

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In politics, at least, what people say on Twitter is not representative of overall public opinion. Even better, the disagreement is not consistent across topics--it's not a "liberal" or "conservative" bias. Pew Research compared survey results to Twitter content (using Crimson Hexagon) to understand the differences.

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Handy reference for all the specifically sized images you need on your social network pages.

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Analysis of the arguments so far in PeopleBrowsr v. Twitter. What the contract says versus the expectations that were set. If your contract with a platform provider doesn't guarantee the expectations set by public statements, are you learning not to trust the public statements?

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A research project yields a useful tool for getting a quick sense of how people are discussing a topic on Twitter. Sentiment, emotion, and topic clustering.

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