Open Data Processing for Twitter

Advanced technology to gain value from Tweets.

 

Bigger value from Tweets

Open Data Processing for Twitter gives you access to advanced DataSift features
for finding the value from Tweets.


Unrivalled access
Relevant content

Narrow down your results to a more useful dataset with advanced filtering and VEDO classification and scoring.

Privacy-first
Deep insights

Understand your conversations with advanced link and topic augmentations.

Build insights, not infrastructure
Easy to use

Receive your Tweets when, where, and how you need them.

 

How Open Data Processing for Twitter works



How Open Data Processing for Twitter works

 

Minimize transition effort and preserve investments in advanced data processing.


1
Obtain Twitter data from Gnip.
2
Deploy open source data connector inside your own infrastructure.
3
Data connector relays your Tweets to the DataSift platform.
4
Rich, structured data is delivered to your application in real-time from DataSift.

 
 

Read more about Open Data Processing for Twitter


Processing Twitter Data from Gnip using DataSift
PROCESSING TWITTER DATA FROM GNIP USING DATASIFT

by Richard Caudle • 21st April 2015

You might have seen the recent announcement that Twitter has ended their partnership agreement with DataSift, meaning that as of August 13th 2015, you will need to license Twitter data directly from Gnip. If you are an existing DataSift customer you’ll notice there are many feature gaps you’ll need to consider when moving to Gnip… Continue reading »


The Twitter/Gnip Gap: Data Licensing vs Data Processing
THE TWITTER/GNIP GAP: DATA LICENSING VS DATA PROCESSING

by Tim Barker • 13th April 2015

The news of Twitter’s termination of our data licensing contract will mean disruption for hundreds of companies. For most businesses, this will not just be a case of switching from one supplier to another, over 80% of our customers leverage capabilities that do not exist in Gnip… Continue reading »


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