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posted on 03 December 2014 by Brian Lehman
This article describes the processes involved in plotting geotagged tweets on a map built in d3, which is useful for web based visualization. For an in depth overview of the Gnip+Twitter geo data types please visit this geo article. Three types of geographic data can exist in the payload of a tweet: Gnip enrichment: Profile GeoSince 2013, Gnip enriches some Tweets with formal geographic information based on the user’s profile location – i.e. where the user may call “home”. For example, a user whose profile lists their location as “Boulder, CO” might get country, state, and city information added, as... keep reading
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