[Air-L] Q: Twitter text logs?

Y.Ouaknine dataneto at dataneto.com
Sat Apr 17 06:15:31 PDT 2010


Hi,
I am working on a similar project and succeeded in gathering up to 10000 
tweets and other data for each user (the technology is quite ready). 10000 
posts is the maximum number of posts that Tweeter keeps or each user.

To complete this project, I need a reliable list of users by country or 
language. The idea is to create a DB of Hebrew / israeli users that do not 
represent companies or organizations.
Yohanan Ouaknine
dataneto at dataneto.com

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Friedman Doron" <doronf at idc.ac.il>
To: <air-l at listserv.aoir.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2010 11:02 PM
Subject: [Air-L] Q: Twitter text logs?


> Hi,
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> Can anyone point us to authentic data from twitter that can be used for
> research purposes? We are looking for sub-networks of followers, and a
> set of texts generated by users that belong to the network.
> Alternatively status messages from Facebook with the corresponding
> friendship graphs can be useful as well. of course, the actual usernames
> can be encrypted for privacy. Of course we will give full credit to
> whoever has been able to harvest such data and make it available to the
> research community.
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> Thanks!
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> - doron
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