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citationsThis is an alternative to the "Influence" indicator, which also reflects the overall/total impact of an article in the research community at large, based on the underlying citation network (diachronically). 0 popularityThis indicator reflects the "current" impact/attention (the "hype") of an article in the research community at large, based on the underlying citation network. Average influenceThis indicator reflects the overall/total impact of an article in the research community at large, based on the underlying citation network (diachronically). Average impulseThis indicator reflects the initial momentum of an article directly after its publication, based on the underlying citation network. AverageUsage byUsageCounts views 199 downloads 6 citationsThis is an alternative to the "Influence" indicator, which also reflects the overall/total impact of an article in the research community at large, based on the underlying citation network (diachronically). 0 popularityThis indicator reflects the "current" impact/attention (the "hype") of an article in the research community at large, based on the underlying citation network. Average influenceThis indicator reflects the overall/total impact of an article in the research community at large, based on the underlying citation network (diachronically). Average impulseThis indicator reflects the initial momentum of an article directly after its publication, based on the underlying citation network. Average
rtweet 1.0.2 Exported again tweets_with_users and users_with_tweets because Twitmo depends on them. rtweet 1.0.1 Fixed issue with .Rbuilignore and vignettes Reduced fixtures sizes by limiting the page size to the number of requests if it is smaller than the default page size. rtweet 1.0.0 Breaking changes Data returned by rtweet is nested and uses the same names provided by the Twitter API. It doesn't compute or add new columns as it did previously. emojis, langs and stopwordslangs data are no longer provided by rtweet. get_friends() and get_followers() return similar formatted output with two columns "from_id" and "to_id" (#308, @alexpghayes). All paginated functions that don't return tweets now use a consistent pagination interface. They all store the "next cursor" in an rtweet_cursor attribute, which will be automatically retrieved when you use the cursor argument. Functions that return tweets (e.g. get_favorites(), get_my_timeline(), get_timeline(), get_mentions(), lists_statuses() and search_tweets()) now expose a consistent pagination interface. They all support max_id and since_id to find earlier and later tweets respectively, as well as retryonratelimit to wait as long as needed when rate limited (#510). suggested_slugs(), suggested_users(), suggested_users_all() have been removed as they stopped working when Twitter remove the suggested users endpoint in June 2019 (https://twittercommunity.com/t/124732). parse = FALSE always means return the raw "JSON". Previously some functions (e.g. my_friendships()) would return the raw HTTP response instead (#504). rtweet no longer re-exports the magrittr pipe %>%; if you want to continue using it, you'll need to library(magrittr) or library(dplyr) (#522). Deprecations The authentication system has been rewritten, check the following section. lookup_collections() and get_collections() has been hard deprecated because the underlying Twitter API has been deprecated. previous_cursor() has been hard deprecated. It could only be used with lists_memberships() and it has been dropped in favour of making regular pagination better. tweet_shot() has been hard deprecated as the screenshots do not have the tweet. It might come back with webshot2 (#458). The home argument to get_timeline() has been deprecated. You can only retrieve the home timeline for the logged in user, and that's the job of get_my_timeline() (#550). Due to the changes on rtweet data format, all the functions related to flattening the data (write_as_csv(), save_as_csv() flatten(), unflatten(), read_twitter_csv()) are deprecated. Users should decide how to flatten the nested structure of the data. lookup_statuses() has been deprecated in favour of lookup_tweets(). as_userid() has been deprecated since in case of ambiguity the default is to assume a numeric string is a user id (#520). All functions now use a single user_type() function so behaviour is identical for all rtweet functions. get_timelines() has been deprecated since it does that same thing as get_timeline() (#509). stream_tweets2() has been deprecated in favour of stream_tweets(). Authentication rtweet's authentication system has been completely written. It is now based around three authentication options: rtweet_user(), rtweet_app(), and rtweet_bot(). Authentication no longer touches ~/.Renviron file; instead auth_save() and auth_as() allow you to explicitly save and load authentication mechanisms from a system config directory. See vignette("auth") for more details. The httpuv package is now only suggested, since it's only needed for interactive auth, and you'll be prompted to install it when needed. bearer_token() has been deprecated in favour of rtweet_app(), which takes the bearer token found in your Twitter developer portal. invalidate_bearer() has been deprecated since this is something you should do yourself in the Twitter developer portal. create_token() has been deprecated in favour of the combination of rtweet_user()/rtweet_bot()/rtweet_app() + auth_as() + auth_save(). get_token() and get_tokens() have been deprecated in favour of auth_get() and auth_list(). auth_as() accepts path to an authentication to make it easier to use authentications outside a user account (#602, @maelle) auth_setup_default() will not only authenticate and save but use the default token. The new auth_sitrep() helps reports the different authentications of the user Other changes Update to new rOpenSci Code of Conduct: https://ropensci.org/code-of-conduct/ lookup_users() and search_users() now returns a data frame containing all information about each user (not their latest tweet). If you want to get that data you can use tweets_data(). rtweet 1.0.0 implements a consistent strategy for handling rate limits. By default, if a paginated function (i.e. a rtweet function that performs multiple calls to the twitter API) is rate-limited it will return all results received up to that point, along with a warning telling you how to get more results. Alternatively, if you want to automatically wait until the rate-limit is reset, you can set retryratelimit = TRUE. The default value of retryonratelimit comes from the option rtweet.retryonratelimit so you can globally set it to TRUE if desired (#173). All functions that perform multiple requests on your behalf now display a progress bar so you know what's happening. If you don't want it, you can turn it off with verbose = FALSE (#518). Banned or protected accounts now trigger a warning instead of an error, but if data from other users is requested it is not served by the API and returned as NA (#590, @simonheb). Added support for posting alt-text metadata with images tweeted with status updated via post_tweet(). (#425, @hrbrmstr) stream_tweets() has been overhauled to only write valid data. This obsoletes all previous strategy to clean up bad data after the fact (#350, #356). The maintainer changed. New user_block() and user_unblock() to block and unblock users (#593, @simonheb). The new tweet_threading function is now faster and more reliable (#305, #693, @charliejhadley). Message are now properly capitalized (#565, @jsta) Fields withheld_scope, withheld_copyright, withheld_in_countries are now correctly parsed (#647, @alexpghayes). Functions like search_tweets(), lookup_statuses() and others return the appropriate date time format for the right columns (created_at mostly) (#653, #657, #660, @alexpghayes, @RickPat). Premium/sandbox environments are supported in search_fullarchive() and search_30day() (#578, #713). The vignette must be pre-computed before submission (#609, @maelle).