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Qualify your audience on Twitter (part 2/2)

Qualify your audience on Twitter (part 2/2)

I described in a previous post how we can extract a network of followers on Twitter, and identify the communities to which they belong. This step allowed me to identify 6 communities: Geographers, a community from the Parisian Economy, a group of girls who are coding,...
A disinformation campaign in Germany?

A disinformation campaign in Germany?

Sperm crisis and endocrine disrupters: a disinformation campaign in Germany?On July 25, 2017 Levine (et al.) published an international meta-analysis, summarizing the results of 185 scientific papers on sperm counts since 1973. The results of this study are alarming....
Work in Progress: August 2017

Work in Progress: August 2017

August : studious holidaysAfter spending almost 2 years evolving in a quite specialized team in data science, I had neglected some aspects in my practice. I did certainly improve in manipulating and modeling data in R. But I omitted two essential steps: namely the...
Qualify your audience on Twitter (part 1/2)

Qualify your audience on Twitter (part 1/2)

Have you already tried to qualify your audience on Twitter? Several tools already exist, but I have been curious to do it with the ones I already have; R  to extract data, and for social network analysis, and Gephi to visualise my followers communities. In these...