posted on 20 June 2017 by Jim Moffitt
Introduction Both Historical PowerTrack and Full-Archive Search provide access to any publicly available Tweet, starting with the first Tweet from March 2006. Deciding which product better suits your use case can be key in getting the data you want when you need it. This article highlights the differences between the two historical products, with a goal of helping you determine which one to use for generating your next historical Tweet dataset. Both historical products scan a Tweet archive, examine each Tweet posted during the time of interest, and generate a set of Tweets matching your query. However, Historical PowerTrack... keep reading
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