Communalytic can perform a wide variety of data-centric tasks such as collecting, processing, analyzing, and visualizing publicly available data from Reddit, Twitter, and Facebook/Instagram (via CrowdTangle). Besides being a versatile data collection tool, Communalytic is also a powerful and feature-rich data analytics platform that can perform the following types of analysis: 1) toxicity analysis, 2) sentiment analysis, 3) social network analysis, and 4) bot detection.
Get more precise, complete, and unbiased data from the public conversation for free. This specialized access includes access to all Twitter API v2 endpoints, a higher monthly Tweet cap, and enhanced features designed to support research. An application is required.
The Twitter API can be used to programmatically retrieve and analyze Twitter data, as well as build for the conversation on Twitter. Has restrictions on the number of tweets and how many projects you can start.
Hydrator is a desktop application for turning Tweet ID datasets back into tweet data to use in your research. It has been designed to be a reliable option for researchers who want to use their workstation for long running hydration jobs.
The Social Media Analysis Toolkit is an open source tool to help quantitatively and qualitatively visualize trends on a variety of social media platforms. This is primarily useful for tracking disinformation, conspiracy theories etc,
CrowdTangle is a browser extension managed by Facebook that helps to monitor the spread of information (network mapping) across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit. This does require account sign-in to each of these platforms.
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