Tag Archives: 'Twapperkeeper'

Twapperkeeper and Beyond: A Reminder

Twapperkeeper and Beyond: A Reminder

Snurb, 9 January 2012
Those of you who have followed our adventures in Twitter research for some time now will know that we’ve relied to a significant extent on Joe John O’Brien III’s excellent Twapperkeeper as a tool for capturing [...]

Twitter Research Methods

Snurb, 29 June 2011
Following on from the “World According to Twitter” research workshop at QUT, today we presented our research methods at a pre-conference workshop at Communities & Technologies 2011. This was probably the most extensive presentation of our [...]

Gawk Scripts for Processing Twitter Data, Vol. 1

Snurb, 22 June 2011
Well, getting stuck in Melbourne for a day and being unable to participate in day one of our ATN-DAAD workshop with Cornelius Puschmann and Katrin Weller from the University of Düsseldorf has at least enabled me [...]

Switching from Twapperkeeper to yourTwapperkeeper

Switching from Twapperkeeper to yourTwapperkeeper

Snurb, 21 June 2011
As those of you who are regular followers of our research might have gleaned already, we’ve started a few months ago to use yourTwapperkeeper to gather our Twitter data. yourTwapperkeeper is the open source version of [...]

Extracting images from Twapperkeeper archives

Jean Burgess, 18 February 2011
This is just a quick post to share another new script – this one takes a list of tweets with pre-resolved URLs, and filters the list for known image-hosting services. I whipped this up as part [...]

Dynamic Networks in Gephi: From Twapperkeeper to GEXF

Dynamic Networks in Gephi: From Twapperkeeper to GEXF

Snurb, 20 October 2010
In between last week’s ECREA conference in Hamburg, where we presented some of our methodologies and early outcomes from the Mapping Online Publics project, and the AoIR conference in Gothenburg, where we’ll talk some more about [...]

Twitter’s Response to Q&A: Abbott Edition

Snurb, 18 August 2010
The other day I had a look at Twitter’s response to the Australian political leaders’ appearances on ABC1′s citizen forum-style show Q&A – by looking at the #qanda hashtag. My last post focussed especially on the [...]

Twitter’s Response to Q&A: Abbott Edition

Snurb, 18 August 2010
The other day I had a look at Twitter’s response to the Australian political leaders’ appearances on ABC1’s citizen forum-style show Q&A – by looking at the #qanda hashtag. My last post focussed especially on the [...]

Twitter’s Response to Gillard (and Abbott) on Q&A

Snurb, 17 August 2010
By popular demand, here’s part one of a first quick take on how Australia’s major political leaders fared with their appearances on the ABC’s Q&A programme, in the eyes of the (surprisingly massive) Twitter audience that [...]

Twitter’s Response to Gillard (and Abbott) on Q&A

Snurb, 17 August 2010
By popular demand, here’s part one of a first quick take on how Australia’s major political leaders fared with their appearances on the ABC’s Q&A programme, in the eyes of the (surprisingly massive) Twitter audience that [...]