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Tuesday, May 21 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Data Mining for Twitter LIMITED

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The Twitter platform provides a vast array of data for research and inquiry. In this session, we'll talk about how Twitter data can be used in research, and we'll use the R scripting language to query data and create visualizations.

Getting set up:
Fire up rstudio server (datasci.watzek.cloud)
In console:
library(“usethis”)
use_course(“https://github.com/jeremymcwilliams/r-twitter-fti2019/archive/1.0.zip”)


climate_tweets<-read.csv("http://watzek.lclark.edu/csv/climate_tweets.csv")


https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-TOHbQgmZ_8YMBhrJs3rNq7tB8-K7CwV

Ok to proceed?


Shall we delete zip?


Click r-twitter.Rmd


Further reading:
R for Data Science
Text Mining with R

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy McWilliams

Jeremy McWilliams

Digital Services Coordinator, Lewis & Clark College
Programming, LAMP stack stuff, Omeka, Wordpress.


Tuesday May 21, 2019 10:30am - 11:45am
Dubach Mac

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