First, How to read this chart, because I know it’s easier to have it explained than to guess. Red and blue lines are Trump and Biden tweets over the past week Red and blue bars are Trump and Biden cumulative retweet totals over the past week
There are plenty of articles out there that give an overview of the Twitter API. This is not that.
My goal here is to get you up and running in a few minutes by just showing you the code, and offering a few tips that helped me while building this graph.
*Broken up into 3 pieces
import tweepy import numpy as np import pandas as pd import re import plotly.express as px import plotly.graph_objects as go from plotly.subplots import make_subplots api_key = 'x' api_secret_key = 'y' bearer_token = 'a' access_token = 'b' access_token_secret = 'd' password = 'd' auth = tweepy.OAuthHandler(api_key, api_secret_key) auth.set_access_token(access_token, access_token_secret) api = tweepy.API(auth) public_tweets = api.home_timeline() for tweet in public_tweets: print(tweet.text)
pip install tweepyor in juypter
!pip install tweepy
The above code produces a few tweets that look like this:
A few tweets from code piece 1
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