[Air-L] Email address at twitter for data questions

Alex Leavitt alexleavitt at gmail.com
Thu Jun 16 20:13:13 PDT 2011


By "all," I assume they mean within the current limits imposed by their
policies (and not literally "all")?

Alex

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Alexander Leavitt
PhD Student
USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
http://alexleavitt.com
Twitter: @alexleavitt




On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 7:01 PM, Amanda Lenhart <alenhart at pewinternet.org>wrote:

>
> Hi Everyone,
>
> I just got an email from my friend at Twitter, and they've gone ahead and
> set up an email address for academic researchers to use when they have
> questions about Twitter data.
>
> Here's the text from her email:
>
> "We now have a dedicated email address for researchers who have
> questions about how to use our API to help them get Twitter data and
> use it in accordance with our TOS. Feel free to direct people to
> api-research at twitter.com now; we'll be doing so with the phrase "If
> you have questions on how to use the Twitter API to gather data for
> your research, or what you can do with this data, email
> api-research at twitter.com."
>
> Topics we can help with include how to get all Tweets containing a
> keyword, how to get all Tweets from a date range, how to get all
> Tweets from a user, our guidelines around sharing datasets (namely,
> don't), and how to show Tweets in your final report.
>
> Hopefully this will help!"
>
> Indeed, hopefully this will help. Very glad there is now this dedicated
> point of contact.
>
> Thanks,
> Amanda
>
> Amanda Lenhart
> Pew Research Center
> alenhart at pewinternet.org
>
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