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Understanding the similarities and differences between the Historical PowerTrack and Full-Archive Search APIs will help you pick the appropriate tool for your historical research.
When using Twitter's Full-Archive Search, it is important to understand when query Operators first start matching Tweet JSON attributes.
When using Historical PowerTrack, it is important to understand when PowerTrack Operators first start matching Tweet JSON attributes.
The evolution of Twitter and its Tweet JSON metadata, and how that affects finding your historical signal of interest.
Information on managing rule limits.
A guide for migrating code to Gnip 2.0 products.
A guide for migrating PowerTrack rules to Gnip 2.0 products.
Tips for successfully streaming PT 2.0 data with Hosebird Client.
Tips for successfully streaming data.
A Ruby tool for Converting Data from JSON to CSV with Tweet Templates
Storing dynamic and static metadata in relational databases
Storing Twitter metadata in relational databases
An introduction to Storing Twitter Data in Relational Databases
Example Relational Database Schemas
Describes the processes involved in plotting geotagged Tweets on a map built in d3, useful in web based visualization.
Explores a Python script that performs a simple but complete parsing of JSON-formatted social media data, such as would be streamed or downloaded from a Gnip API endpoint.
Tips on how to use jq to inspect JSON data, debug invalid PowerTrack rules, and generate new PowerTrack rules from a plain-text file.
An overview of honoring user intent and privacy on Twitter.
Overview of best practices for preparing for high-volume social data events.
Help with downloading Historical PowerTrack data files
Understand how media data and links are represented in Twitter data, and how to capture them.
An example use-case for how to use Twitter location data.
An overview of geographic metadata in Twitter.
A comprehensive look at Retweets & Quote Tweets and how to use them in social data analysis.
An overview of the different types of location data available in Twitter, and the filtering options for each type.