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<p>This is a repository for a paper that will soon be submitted for publication.</p> <p>Use <code>jrst-analysis.Rmd</code> to run the analysis.</p> <p>This file sources <code>prepare-data.R</code>, which uses the status IDs from the tweets which were collected from Storify. It creates an edgelist and other data used in the analysis. </p> <p>Note that it may take awhile, as it will process the data via the Twitter API. </p> <p>Dependencies are as follows:</p> <pre class="highlight"><code class="language-r">library(tidyverse) library(lubridate) library(rTAGS) library(tidyverse) library(igraph) library(lme4) library(sjstats) library(rtweet)</code></pre> <p>This dependency needs to be installed from GitHub:</p> <pre class="highlight"><code class="language-r"># install.packages(&quot;devtools&quot;) library(rTAGS) # install with devtools::install_github('bretsw/rTAGS)</code></pre>
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