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Obsei - Low code AI powered automation tool

  •    Python

Obsei is a low code AI powered automation tool. It can be used in various business flows like social listening, AI based alerting, brand image analysis, comparative study and more. It consist of Observer, Analyzer and Informer. Observer observes the platform like Twitter, Facebook, App Stores, Google reviews, Amazon reviews, News, Website etc and feed that information. Analyzer performs text analysis like classification, sentiment, translation, PII on the analyzed data. Informer sends it to ticketing system, data store, dataframe etc for further action and analysis.

randomgraph.js - Simple library for generating random graphs

  •    Javascript

A small library for generating, well, random graphs. Not that many models at the moment, feel free to jump in and add some more. The algorithms were partly ported and double-checked with the Gephi implementations (thx @jacomyal for the link).

big-data-upf - RECSM-UPF Summer School: Social Media and Big Data Research

  •    HTML

Citizens across the globe spend an increasing proportion of their daily lives online. Their activities leave behind granular, time-stamped footprints of human behavior and personal interactions that represent a new and exciting source of data to study standing questions about political and social behavior. At the same time, the volume and heterogeneity of web data present unprecedented methodological challenges. The goal of this course is to introduce participants to new computational methods and tools required to explore and analyze Big Data from online sources using the R programming language. We will focus in particular on data collected from social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, whose use is becoming widespread in the social sciences. There are two ways you can follow the course and run the code contained in this GitHub repository. The recommended method is to connect to the provided RStudio server where all the R packages have already been installed, and all the R code is available. To access the server, visit bigdata.pablobarbera.com and log in with the information provided during class.




instagraph - Social graph network of your Instagram account.

  •    Go

Social graph network of your Instagram account. Another branch named as 'sigma' is ready to use. Master branch is using neo4j as graph database.

scala-github-relationship - A graphical view of the relationships between github users.

  •    Scala

A graphical view of the relationships between github users. In the picture, the login name of the user is gaocegege.

learning-social-media-analytics-with-r - This repository contains code and bonus content which will be added from time to time for the book "Learning Social Media Analytics with R" by Packt

  •    R

The book will also cover several practical real-world use cases on social media using R and its advanced packages to utilize data science methodologies such as sentiment analysis, topic modeling, text summarization, recommendation systems, social network analysis, classification, and clustering. This will enable readers to learn different hands-on approaches to obtain data from diverse social media sources such as Twitter and Facebook. It will also show readers how to establish detailed workflows to process, visualize, and analyze data to transform social data into actionable insights.






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