Motivated by the call at NTEN’s data visualisation webinar (see post) for every website to include a data store at mysite/data, here’s mine. Descriptions, links to how it/they might be used, to follow.

Twitter archives

I’ve been archiving hashtags, initially with SearchHash but mainly with Martin Hawksey’s TAGS, since 2012. It’s easy to set up a spreadsheet, let it run and completely forget about it, so I’ve just done a spring clean, with links to blog posts where appropriate (22 March 2014).

Ernesto Priego is also archiving and sharing small datasets, and has posted on Twitter as public evidence and the ethics of Twitter research.


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