[Air-L] Email address at twitter for data questions
alexleavitt at gmail.com
Thu Jun 16 20:56:20 PDT 2011
Sorry if that came off as snarky. It was a roundabout -- albeit poor -- way
of inferring if this might perhaps be a starting point in time to inquire
about LoC plans or if there are perhaps other considerations about giving
researchers a bit more access to data than has been available (to me, it
seems like that might have been suggested in the "all" and "don't share
On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 8:13 PM, Alex Leavitt <alexleavitt at gmail.com> wrote:
> By "all," I assume they mean within the current limits imposed by their
> policies (and not literally "all")?
> Alexander Leavitt
> PhD Student
> USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
> 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.
>> Amanda Lenhart
>> Pew Research Center
>> alenhart at pewinternet.org
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