InfoExtractor-A Tool for Social Media Data Mining
|InfoExtractor-A Tool for Social Media Data Mining|
|Author(s)||File C., Shah C.|
|Published in||Journal of Information Technology and Politics|
|Keyword(s)||Content analysis, data mining, InfoExtractor, politics, research tools, social media, Wikipedia, YouTube|
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In this workbench note, we present InfoExtractor, a Web-based tool for collecting data and metadata from focused social media content. InfoExtractor then provides these data in various structured and unstructured formats for manipulation and analysis. The tool allows social science researchers to collect data for quantitative analysis, and is designed to deliver data from popular and influential social media sites in a useful and easy-to-access format. InfoExtractor was designed to replace traditional means of content aggregation, such as page scraping and brute-force copying.
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