Last week, I mined almost 5K Tweets from the annual meetings of five German academic societies. Now it's about time that we dive into the contents with Kenneth Benoit's powerful `quanteda` Package. Come for the corpus approaches to text as data, stay for the Turkish Plot-Twist...
Updated: In September, five big academic societies in Germany had their annual meetings - all at the same time! You can **not not** harvest their tweets. I'll explain step-by-step how to mine them with rtweet and how to wrangle the Tweets for a tidy analysis.
I wanted to find a fast approach for fetching JSON data from a API by grabbing the request URL for GET() directly from a dashboard's DOM. Bonus: Dealing with JSON nested lists in R without going crazy.
This summary was written and included by hand ;) A continuous collection of tricks & hacks for Blogdown & Hugo. Learn how to add your own TOC and Numbering suffixes and so on.
TL;DR: I had to figure out how to debug() Hugo / my Blogdown page on Windows 10 and came up with 3 methods. Besides, I've documented some common not-Windows-specific errors / troubles with Blogdown / Hugo