Data Miners on Twitter

February 6, 2009 by Sandro Saitta
Filed under: data miners twitter, social networks, twitter 

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After the LinkedIn and Facebook phenomena, here comes Twitter. When the short process of account creation is done, you can start writing small “posts” of maximum 140 characters. Twitter is a kind of micro-blogging platform. It is somehow between the blog and the chat. You can discuss a topic, and people can answer to your tweets. If you like someone’s topics, you can follow him. You will then discover all the people he follows and the ones following him. You can of course then connect with all these people.

At this stage you may ask yourself two questions. First question: why would you use Twitter? From a professional point of view, you can build a network of people in your field. You will also be aware of what happens in a particular domain. This is much more dynamic than a forum and it spreads faster than a newsletter.

Second question: what can you write in less than 140 characters? You can share an interesting article, highlight a website, point to a blog post, mention a nice book you have just read, some news you want to discuss about and many other things. In fact I use Twitter when I want to share something that would not deserve a whole post on my blog.

If you want to give Twitter a try, here is a list of data miners on Twitter. I have also mentioned their blog or company when available:

Also, don’t forget that you can see the following and followers of everyone. Here is a nice blog for more tips on Twitter. If you are a data miner and if you use Twitter, feel free to add a comment to this post and mention your user name.

Update: February, 11th 2009 (thanks to Michael Driscoll)

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19 Comments on Data Miners on Twitter

  1. JoSeK on Tue, 10th Feb 2009 5:42 pm
  2. Excelent post ;)

    As you asked in my blog (http://machine-learning.blogspot.com/), I’m on Twitter, @josek_net

    I use to post in Spanish but also I use to mantain several discussions in English.

  3. Dean Abbott on Tue, 10th Feb 2009 8:19 pm
  4. I just starting tweeting to see what it is like…the only problem is that the Dean Abbott you list as me is not me! I don’t know who it is, but my twitter id is not yet public. Funny quote though…

  5. Joy Lynford on Thu, 12th Feb 2009 7:20 am
  6. i am there on twitter and its excellent. the concept of followers and following is great.

  7. Sandro Saitta on Thu, 12th Feb 2009 9:23 am
  8. @JoSeK: Thanks, I have added your name.

    @Dean: Ooops! Sorry for the mistake. I have removed the wrong Dean Abbott. Feel free to give me your twitter id once it’s public.

  9. Tim Manns on Wed, 18th Feb 2009 11:54 pm
  10. I don’t use Twitter much. It was started as a work event thing (my social networking analysis).

    I try to simply update it with titles of my current main projects.

    – Tim

  11. Benjamin Wiederkehr on Tue, 24th Feb 2009 2:10 pm
  12. Datavisualization.ch is also on Twitter as @datavis. Updates from the blog, small pieces of information and links from the world of datavisualization is the main content.

    Looking foreward to meet you!

  13. M. Edward (Ed) Borasky on Wed, 25th Mar 2009 8:41 pm
  14. I’m another data miner on Twitter — @znmeb

  15. Mining twitter data « Analytics Strategist on Tue, 28th Apr 2009 5:11 am
  16. [...] Follow other data miners You can start by the small list on the Data Miners on Twitter page. You can then continue with my data mining list at @DataMiningBlog/data-mining. You can also check [...]

  17. Kevin MacDonell on Tue, 15th Dec 2009 3:04 pm
  18. Hi – I’m on Twitter as well – @kevinmacdonell

  19. Sandro Saitta on Thu, 17th Dec 2009 10:53 am
  20. @Kevin: I added you to my data mining list on Twitter

  21. OPV on Mon, 19th Apr 2010 6:30 am
  22. i am interested to know the details, if some where ensemble learners were implemented

  23. paul seibert on Fri, 25th Mar 2011 3:24 am
  24. This is my newest project, Twitter Miners: a twitter data mining service, providing deep-dive semantic analysis of tweets, with attractive licensing options and large data set SQL downloads. Delivered as a SaaS. Contact me for more information: paul.seibert.2007@gmail.com

    Twitter Miners | Twitter data mining and semantic analysis

    http://www.twitterminers.com

    Every account has access to a private, password protected, analysis website. But we don’t restrict you. You own all of the data you mine using our services, and are free to analyze it using your tools at your location.

  25. Jenniffer on Mon, 28th Mar 2011 11:28 pm
  26. I am just starting out with Data Mining, although my background is closer to Pattern Recognition and statistical signal processing. :D
    Twitter account: @estradjm89

  27. Sandro Saitta on Thu, 31st Mar 2011 7:23 pm
  28. Hi! Welcome to data mining! ;-)

  29. Yanchang Zhao on Wed, 14th Sep 2011 11:18 pm
  30. If you use R in your data mining work, you may be interested in my RDataMining website and twitter:

    http://www.rdatamining.com/
    http://www.twitter.com/RDataMining

  31. business intelligence on Sat, 10th Dec 2011 10:59 am
  32. I simply couldn’t leave your website before suggesting that I actually loved the standard information a person provide for your guests? Is going to be again regularly in order to check out new posts

  33. Mark Zielinski on Thu, 11th Oct 2012 10:20 pm
  34. Hi, my twitter is @torontovoippro and my blog is http://www.MarketResearchTechnology.com

  35. Philippe on Mon, 11th Mar 2013 2:57 pm
  36. Hi,
    My twitter: https://twitter.com/philfv
    My data mining blog: http://data-mining.philippe-fournier-viger.com
    My open-source data mining software: http://www.philippe-fournier-viger.com/spmf/

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