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Mike Kearney📊
Assistant Professor at and MU Informatics Institute. Interested in new media, partisanship, data journalism, data[["big"]] science, and .
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Mike Kearney📊 13m
Thank you 🤗🤗🤗
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Mike Kearney📊 30m
Thanks! I was fiddling with the color but ran out of time. If I work on it again I definitely will though!
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Mike Kearney📊 retweeted
Twitter Government Nov 6
See how America Tweeted on .
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Mike Kearney📊 2h
Comparing 's Twitter activity before and after entering the White House, he actually tweets less at night now (especially Sun-Tues nights), but has made up for it by tweeting more on Tue-Fri mornings.
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Mike Kearney📊 8h
Replying to @kearneymw
This one *never* gets old.
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Mike Kearney📊 8h
Replying to @kearneymw
Monday after lunch + an aftershock after Monday dinner.
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Mike Kearney📊 8h
Replying to @kearneymw
When we stay up too late on Sunday night.
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Mike Kearney📊 9h
Replying to @kearneymw
When they're awake.
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Mike Kearney📊 9h
Apparently around lunch time on Monday.
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Mike Kearney📊 20h
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Mike Kearney📊 22h
Anyone know of a website that archives historical approval ratings and/or similar polling estimates of US congressional leadership (speaker/leaders/whips)?
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Josephine Lukito Nov 16
Text analysis is way easier to learn when you are (1) guided by a good tutorial (or tutor) and (2) when you are interested in your data. In this blog post, I list several tutorials on the beloved package in R. 1/2
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Mike Kearney📊 Nov 15
Replying to @gelliottmorris
So this would be when both... + 2016 Clinton did better than 2012 Obama & + Dems did worse in 2018 than 2012 ?
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Mike Kearney📊 Nov 15
Replying to @eschudy
Well it's def not representative of society
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Mike Kearney📊 Nov 15
Replying to @eschudy
Academically, something like this would prob be worthy of publishing but like most projects it ultimately depends on what else has been done and what kind of theoretical args you can make from it.
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Mike Kearney📊 Nov 15
Replying to @AmeliaMN
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Mike Kearney📊 Nov 15
Replying to @AmeliaMN
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Mike Kearney📊 Nov 15
Replying to @eschudy
It's not polite but idk if it's uncivil or not–maybe communicating that way is the only way to get a point across–probably not, but I'd have to know a lot more about the context and history.
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Mike Kearney📊 Nov 15
Replying to @eschudy
I've spent most of my life debating or studying public debate/opinion. Even if this tweet was in any way relevant to be point I made about civility (it's not), I wouldn't change my mind as I require a minimum of 10 relevant tweets.
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Mike Kearney📊 Nov 15
There probably ought to be adjustment for age of account and idk if it's desirable to leave the vars as raw counts but this metric might be okay!
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