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Tweet Metadata Timeline

posted on 25 May 2017 by Jim Moffitt

Introduction   At its core, Twitter is a public, real-time, and global communication network. Since 2006, Twitter’s evolution has been driven by both user use-patterns and conventions and new product features and enhancements. If you are using Twitter data for historical research, understanding the timeline of this evolution is important for surfacing Tweets of interest from the data archive. Twitter was launched as a simple SMS mobile app, and has grown into a comprehensive communication platform. A platform with a complete set of APIs. APIs have always been a pillar of the Twitter network. The first API hit the streets... keep reading

Rule Limits

Information on managing rule limits.

18 January 2017


Migrating Code to Gnip 2.0

A guide for migrating code to Gnip 2.0 products.

22 August 2016


Migrating PowerTrack Rules from Version 1.0 to 2.0

A guide for migrating PowerTrack rules to Gnip 2.0 products.

03 August 2016


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