#DayofDH Archive Using TAGS v5.0
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
This spreadsheet is a fixed, slightly modified version of an interactive Twitter archive on a Google spreadsheet. Please note that this archive does not contain the entirety #DayofDH tweets; tweet activity started way before 1st April 2013 and it is still ongoing.
This spreadsheet is shared 'as is' in the present form as a way to preserve the feed before the Google Spreadsheet exceeded its capacity. Twitter archiving depends on many variables and different margins of error need to be assumed.
Logically some of the original interactive features might have been disabled as some formulas were broken when downloading from the Google file.
This spreadsheet is shared hoping others find something useful in it. Colleagues interested in collaborating in a paper discussing some of this findings please contact Ernesto Priego at Ernesto.Priego.1 at city dot ac dot uk. If you do create any (hopefully Open Access) outputs using this particular file, please observe the Creative Commons license and cite the Figshare citation and DOI provided.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
With many thanks, as always, to Martin Hawksey, for having created and openly sharing a very useful tool.