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Diana Eromosele
πŸ›οΈ It's an election year! πŸ‘‰πŸΎ Visit & enter your zipcode πŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ What: It scans the Twitter timelines of your politicians & sorts their tweets into 8 categories: economy, race, immigration, etc. πŸ‘©πŸΎβ€πŸ’» Who: built by me, a black engineer ✊🏾 πŸ—£οΈ RT!
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My Secret Service Code Name Is...Elliot Jul 11
This is really good! If I can offer a suggestion for a future iteration, being able to include full threads when your algorithm captures a tweet would be very helpful. Thanks for doing this!
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Kate Burgener Jul 11
Replying to @lecturestobeats
Neat tool! It only captured one of my senators and not my house rep, though. Looking forward to seeing it developed further!
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Diana Eromosele Jul 11
Replying to @KateBurgener
Thank you for the feedback Kate! What's your zipcode? I'll debug...
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Kelly Jul 11
Replying to @lecturestobeats
Love this!! The only thing I do find myself wanting to do is be able to click into a category within a politician’s tweets and see what their opinions on the issue are β€” negative or positive!
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Diana Eromosele Jul 11
Replying to @kaoudis
Hey, you can! That is, if I understand you correctly ? πŸ€” Click on the category icon and you can actually read their tweets on the subject!
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Kelly Jul 11
Replying to @lecturestobeats
Oh man actually I was clicking on the bar graph bar instead 😳 worked beautifully when I clicked on the icon on the right.
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Diana Eromosele Jul 11
Replying to @kaoudis
It's GREAT feedback nonetheless and actually an update that's at the very top of my list! I'm going to make the entire bar graph bar clickable πŸ™‚
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Diana Eromosele Jul 11
That's also on my to-do list! each tweet's comments will appear below the tweet..stay tuned πŸ™‚
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Kyle Hamilton Jul 11
How can I submit corrections? There are 3 legislators for my zip code: , , and . Your site only lists .
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Emily "salt hash RFID 1337" Cain Jul 11
Replying to @lecturestobeats
this is really cool! How do you categorize the tweets? I guess that might be the proprietary part, but I'm interested to learn about how people go about categorizing text by topic.
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AlexanderChow Jul 11
Really great piece engineering! It would be great if you could click on the number of tweets in each category and actually read them. Great work!
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Scott Shapiro Jul 12
this is very cool, thanks for building! 98112 I also didn’t see a house rep. The bars are helpful short hand for what has my rep focused on lately. What are your thoughts about putting it in context? I.e. comparison/avg of multiple politicos tweets over x time on your category?
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Vanessa Hines Jul 12
Replying to @lecturestobeats
This a beautiful tool! Any idea how much time the 200 most recent tweets represents on average? Some elected officials really beat their tweet drums.
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Chase Andre πŸŽ„ Jul 12
Replying to @lecturestobeats
Love this innovation! Thanks!
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Michael Graziano Jul 12
Replying to @lecturestobeats
This is AWESOME! A tiny CSS glitch in Safari (11.1.1): The zip code entry box is under the header image & not clickable. The shape of the div matches Firefox, the form just stuck to the bottom instead of the top. Shrinking the div is probably the easy fix :) (STUPID CSS!)
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wtee Jul 12
Replying to @lecturestobeats
Hi, zip code 50010 was missing 1 senator (Chuck Grassley) when I tried it. Representative & other senator were fine. Categorization looked great. Thanks for making this!
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Diana Eromosele Jul 12
Replying to @beardbrarian
debugging...
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Jon Stanis Jul 12
This is awesome, but a little hard to use on Safari. At wider widths the zip code field is not clickable. I made it narrower and was able to use it.
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Diana Eromosele Jul 12
Replying to @jonstanis @dharmesh
duly noted. making major tweaks and responsiveness is a priority πŸ‘πŸΎ
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