Archivist - Windows application to archive tweets

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The Archivist is a Windows application that helps you archive tweets for later data-mining and analysis. It helps to Export and Visualize the tweets and trends.

Archivist web: http://archivist.visitmix.com

http://visitmix.com/work/archivist-desktop/

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