Using Python to Collect data from the Twitter API

Sense Create Twitter Data

Have you ever wished you could create your own dataset from the vast data available from Twitter?

Well, wish no longer. I used the Sense Platform to Create a Dataset of Users from the Twitter API. Feel free to use this example to create your own datasets. The next great thing about Sense is: You can not only collect your data with Sense, but you can also use R or python to do your data analysis. The analysis will have to wait for another day.

Last week, I blogged about Sense: Data Science Platform of the Future. It is an excellent tool for running your data science analysis.






3 responses to “Using Python to Collect data from the Twitter API”

  1. […] have been one of the early beta-testers for Sense, and  I have previously written about using the platform.  I really like the platform.  I find it easy, intuitive, and clean.  […]

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    Twitter has a sea of data from which a lot of insights can be drawn. This is exactly why large companies have twitter accounts and are constantly posting on it to keep the followers engaged.

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