👋 Friendly reminder that Twitter Developer Labs v2 hide replies and recent search will be retired next Monday, November 16! We encourage you to migrate to the new hide replies and recent search endpoints now available in the v2 #TwitterAPI. Details:
As planned, the Labs v2 endpoints referenced below have now been retired. Please let us know in the forums if you have questions or need help with the Twitter API v2!
We’re inspired by the market approach suggested by Dr. Stephen Wolfram before this committee in June 2019. Enabling people to choose algorithms created by third parties to rank and filter their content is an incredibly energizing idea that’s in reach.
Replying to @cairns: This is a space we’d hope to explore more with our developer ecosystem.
If you’re doing work in this area today and especiall…
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Brand new from @wordpressdotcom: You can now turn your entire blog post into a Twitter thread with just two extra clicks. This latest feature, built on the #TwitterAPI, allows content creators easily to amplify their reach and engagement
👋 Friendly reminder that some Twitter Developer Labs v1 endpoints will be retired next Monday, October 12! Details:
As planned, the Labs v1 endpoints referenced below have now been retired. Please let us know in the forums if you have questions or need help with the Twitter API v2!
During these unprecedented times, what’s happening on Twitter can help the world better understand & respond to the pandemic.
We're launching a free COVID-19 stream endpoint so qualified devs & researchers can study the public conversation in real-time.
👋 We want to let you know that the last day to apply for the COVID-19 stream is October 15 by 5pm PST. Qualified devs/researchers who wish to use this data for the public good are encouraged to apply. Access for approved developers will remain free and unchanged.
Since its launch a few weeks ago, there’s been a lot of interest in the COVID-19 stream endpoint. Today we want to share more about the applications we've seen so far and how we’re reviewing them.
If you plan to apply, here’s what others have done & tips for the application 👇
As teams around the globe use this data to improve our understanding of & response to the pandemic, we hope to feature their work here & on .
Hey #rstats Here's a list of upcoming @whyRconf #webinars planned for October 2020! We start October with @suhemparack (from @TwitterDev) who will present an 'Introduction to Twitter data analysis in R' .
More #talks are in the link.
Learn how to analyze Twitter data in R
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