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A massive tweet data set containing over 2 million links is analyzed for linking patterns. Lots of numbers to dive into!
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from Jill 2176 Days ago #
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This is interesting, but more of a look at which URL shortening services people use. Would be really interesting if we could see where all the links actually end up!

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from eKstreme 2176 Days ago #
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That’s right Jill. It’s a great next step to take this kind of analysis forward.Because we know when the data was collected, we can also extract tag clouds and figure out how people tweet about news in real time. One kind of tweeting is linking to news sources but it can also be keyword mentions, etc.It’s a huge data pile that just needs a bunch people to think up and write analyses they’d like to see.Pierre

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from ianmacfarlane 2159 Days ago #
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tr.im is a lovely name for a URL shortening service.

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