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Jay Cuthrell
June 24th, 2017 · 1 min read

A few days ago I reset almost all of my primary Twitter output since 2007.

First, I made archives to revisit some prior analysis.

Next, I started looking around on GitHub for inspiration.

Little Big Data

A few years ago I did a big data presentation. There is even a video of it.

At the time, I had downloaded some R examples to run against my Twitter archives.

Why archives? I tweet(ed) a lot. So, the limitations on web access applied.

I included some of these references in the presentation.

This time around I found another example using Python:

https://github.com/dangoldin/twitter-archive-analysis

A few seconds later… this caught my eye for @Qthrul:

Qthrul

It is clear that functionality arrived (retweet) and that I was interactive (replies).

But I had also created other Twitter accounts.

Let’s take a look at @JayCuthrell:

JayCuthrell

Let’s take a look at @JayAtDellEMC:

JayAtDellEMC

I’ll revisit this post as I come across more tools with good results.

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