Hurricane Dorian Tweet IDs

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By Benjamin Rachunok1, Roshanak Nateghi1, Douglas McWherter1

Purdue University

Tweet IDs gathered in real-time during the impact of Hurricane Dorian. August 30th, 2019 through September 16th, 2019.

Version 1.0 - published on 11 Nov 2019 doi:10.4231/CPGM-E419 - cite this Content may change until committed to the archive on 11 Dec 2019

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Tweet IDs filtered from Twitter streaming based on the keywords dorian, hurricane, hurricane dorian, hurricanedorian

IDs collected with Social Feed Manager . Twitter terms of service prevent sharing Twitter data, but do allow for the sharing of IDs (an unlimited number for academic purposes). These IDs can be feed into the Twitter API by an individual and the tweet data returned.  This process is referred to as hydrating

Summaries of the hydrated tweets as well as sample code for hydrating tweets and analysis calculation is given in this repository: https://github.com/brachunok/dorian-tweets with more changes and updates on the way. These tweets are utilized to research underlying patterns in the way that communities respond in aggregate to natural disasters such as this hurricane. For more information see: 10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2914797.

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Future releases on GitHub will contain: additional summary data, sample code, visualizations, search parameters.

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