[Air-L] Question about social media tracking
jonathon.hutchinson at sydney.edu.au
Tue Jun 23 22:45:56 PDT 2015
As an Australian based university researcher, you have access to a Twitter scrapping tool we have recently developed and launched, that operates on the national eResearch infrastructure:
It should be able to help you (probably through a combination of the Twitter Scrapper and R). If you have any questions about how to use it, or how to set it up, let me know.
DR JONATHON HUTCHINSON | Lecturer in Online and Social Media
Department of Media and Communications | Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
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On 24 Jun 2015, at 15:09, Tanja Michelle Porter <tanja.porter at anu.edu.au<mailto:tanja.porter at anu.edu.au>> wrote:
What's the easiest tool to use to gain information about the traffic on Twitter from an organization (a newspaper) to a person (a political figure) about a particular topic in a particular date range?
I've looked at a number of tools that claim to be able to achieve this level of tracking but they all have limitations, or have simply 'fallen over' in the process of my searching.
Grateful for any advice.
School of Political Science
Australian National University
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