Analysing Tweets using R
- 3 hours on-demand video
- 29 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Gathering Data from Twitter
- Using Twitter API
- Using Google Map API
- Analysing Twitter Data
- Emotion Analysis
- Use of many related R Libraries
We will use R Programming through this course. If you are unfamiliar with R Programming or need to brush up on R Programming skills, you could undertake the course. "Learning R through an Example".
Applications can fetch Tweets from Twitter without the presence of Twitter Developer Account. However, for Enterprise Class applications, having a Twitter Developers Account is a must to be able to fetch Tweets from Twitter. This video discusses how to set up a Twitter Developer Account.
The video discusses the code required for fetching Tweets by any Search String. The Search String can be in any language.
Also, a demonstration of Chidiya is provided, where the code has been used.
- Must have knowledge of Programming
- Must have knowledge of R Programming
- Must have knowledge of using RStudio
People around the globe make over 500 million tweets per day. So, one can only imagine the sheer volume of data available with Twitter. This data is a treasure trove of information. However, one needs to know how to gather this data and then conduct the needed analysis.
This course provides all the information regarding
How to gather data from Twitter using R Programming
How to conduct basic analysis of the data gathered from Twitter
How to extract the Emotion expressed in the Tweets gathered
We will use R Programming throughout this course. Thus, this course requires that the participants are conversant with R Programming.
If you prefer any other programming language (like. Python, etc.), then you can use this course to learn all the nuances of analysing Twitter Data and apply the same in programming in your language of. preference.
- Data Analysts
- Data Scientists
- Computer Software Programmers