DiscoverText

By Dr. Stuart W Shulman

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More than 20 video tutorial and feature introduction videos.
17 episodes · since Oct, 2011
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DiscoverText

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Nov. 1, 2017
We interviewed researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago in the Health Media Collaboratory about their use of DiscoverText and the Gnip-enabled Power Track for Twitter to study smoking behavior. The team, led by Dr. Sherry Emery, explains why it is important to train and use custom machine classifiers to sort the millions of tweets they are collecting from the full Twitter fire hose. The UIC team strongly argues for the combination of good tools and highly reliable data.
March 19, 2013
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Part two of a high-level summary of techniques we use to sift the Bloomberg news brand references from all other used of the common word target on social media.
March 19, 2013
Part two of a high-level summary of techniques we use to sift the Bloomberg news brand references from all other used of the common word target on social media.
March 19, 2013
A high-level summary of techniques we use to sift the Target brand references from all other used of the common word target on social media.
March 19, 2013
Part one of a high-level summary of techniques we use to sift the Bloomberg news brand references from all other used of the common word Bloomberg (especially Mayor Bloomberg) on social media.
Nov. 28, 2012
Introduction to deduplication and clustering of public comments using DiscoverText.
Nov. 28, 2012
A very short introduction to creating a new project in DiscoverText.
Nov. 27, 2012
Simple steps to sort raw Twitter feeds from the public API by sender.
Nov. 5, 2012
Brief intro on how to use a free DiscoverText account and the Twitter public API to start collecting Twitter tweets for research purposes.
Nov. 4, 2012
Updates to the Policy Agendas coding scheme in the new hierarchical coding method in DoscoverText.
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