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Building Your Own Twitter Analytics

April 13, 2020

TL;DR: Check the source code out on GitHub for the project. It’s a demonstration of how you can use simple components to build awesome tools. That’s right, you don’t need Kubernetes for this! Table of contents Introduction The basics Ingress Data store Rendering layer Building the tools SQLite database Ingress script Analysis notebook Conclusion Introduction I’m one of those people that needs data around the things that I do - there is just something fun about being able to quantify and analyze things.

Basics Of Reddit Sentiment Analysis

November 14, 2019

One of the things that I am really curious about is analysis of publicly-available data. There is a lot of useful context that can shed a lot of light on some important happenings and trends. I’ve started with one of the resources that has a lot of rich, user-created content: Reddit. I also wanted to focus on a local implementation, that does not require me to sign up for a big data service, such as BigQuery.