Rapid account: Observatory on Social Media

Observatory on Social Media / OSoMe

This account is managed by the Observatory on Social Media (OSoMe, pronounced "awesome") at Indiana University. The OSoMe Team brings to you tools like Botometer(TM), Hoaxy, and BotSlayer. Botometer(TM) is a registered trademark of Indiana University.

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Each tweet in the list is a tweet object, therefore it contains the full metadata obtained from the Twitter API. However the BotometerLite endpoint only uses metadata extracted fro the user object within the tweet object. Alternatively you can provide a list of objects that each contain a creation date and a user object. Please see the documentation at https://rapidapi.com/OSoMe/api/botometer-pro/details or the botometer-python library at https://github.com/IUNetSci/botometer-python Mon 7:58 29/4/24
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If you still have data in Twitter API v1.1 that meets the requirement of V4, then you can still use it. But V4 requires the most recent tweets and search results. Unless you collected the data specifically for V4, it's unlikely you still have the data. BotometerLite end point only requires tweet objects (or user objects if you format them correctly) in API v1.1, so it's more likely that you have this data. Mon 2:40 29/4/24
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If you still have data in Twitter API v1.1 that meets the requirement of V4, then you can still use it. But V4 requires the most recent tweets and search results. Unless you collected the data specifically for V4, it's unlikely you still have the data. BotometerLite end point only requires tweet objects (or user objects if you format them correctly) in API v1.1, so it's more likely that you have this data. Mon 2:40 29/4/24
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Some people get these errors when they try to use example code snippets provided by RapidAPI. Those are not created by us, so we cannot guarantee that they work. You could check out https://github.com/IUNetSci/botometer-python to see how to send queries. Mon 2:43 15/4/24
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Some people get these errors when they try to use example code snippets provided by RapidAPI. Those are not created by us, so we cannot guarantee that they work. You could check out https://github.com/IUNetSci/botometer-python to see how to send queries. Mon 2:43 15/4/24
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The current version of Botometer does not support Twitter's V2 endpoints. Fri 2:12 8/12/23