[Air-L] Twitter Export App for Mac?

David Jones djone111 at odu.edu
Sat Apr 10 18:42:50 PDT 2010


Theo,

Several of us at Old Dominion focus on social media in one way or another,
and one of the best resources we use at ODU is TwapperKeeper <
www.twapperkeeper.com>. It's a web-based system that will archive tweets.
There are limits to how far it can reach backward, so I'm not sure if it
will help you much with collecting previous data.

But, for active tweet streams, it's fantastic. It does provide the
time-stamp information you're looking for. You can download the data into an
Excel file, as well.

I hope that helps.

Dave Jones
PhD Student, Professional Writing and New Media
Old Dominion University

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> Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2010 00:58:07 -0500
> From: "Theodore Plothe" <Z1593072 at students.niu.edu>
> To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
> Subject: [Air-L] Twitter Export App for Mac?
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> Fellow Twitter researchers,
>   My frustration with data collection has reached the point at which I am
> sending a plea for help. I have been unable to locate a Twitter feed export
> app for Mac OS. There are loads of great programs like BMS Twitter Export
> for PCs, but if you're on a Mac, it seems nothing's out there.
>   Seesmic allows me to read and search from multiple feeds and organize
> them in certain ways, but I cannot export them as an Excel or Word file.
> Since I need the time stamp from four months ago, (yeah, I'm behind in my
> data collection) it's clunky and unusable.
>   I'm collecting data from 250+ distinct feeds and I'm doing it as low tech
> as possible: visiting each feed, scrolling through hundreds of tweets to get
> the data I need, and then copying and pasting in a Word file. The data is
> placed into a table for me to devour, code, and tabulate at my leisure.
>   If anyone has any advice, I'd greatly appreciate it.
>
> Theo Plothe
> Graduate Student
> Northern Illinois University
> Until next time,
> Theo
>
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Old Dominion University
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