Free, no-code datasets are intended to make it easier for academics to study topics that are of frequent interest to the research community. They are purpose-built, predefined, comprehensive datasets of all public Tweets related to a specific topic.
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Academics have a lot of expertise to share with Twitter, so we are doing our biggest “lit review” of published academic research that uses Twitter data. If you authored a publication that used the Twitter API, consider sharing it below to enrich our study.
If it’s being talked about in the world, it’s probably being talked about on Twitter. The Academic Research product track grants access to historical and real-time public Twitter data, helping advance research objectives for nearly any discipline.
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