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    Ricardo Correia commented  · 

    I agree this would be a fantastic resource. This would also provide a standardised baseline dataset that could be used for example for machine learning or natural language processing applications. These datasets have been compiled in the past by researchers for specific purposes, but if Twitter were able to provide datasets covering specific topics or languages that are freely available, this would be a great resource for the community going forward.

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    Thanks for your feedback.

    We are currently developing more simple and scalable ways for developers to get back impression and engagement data on their owned content. Check out this space for more information soon.

    More detail is included in our Developer Platform Roadmap: https://trello.com/b/myf7rKwV/twitter-developer-platform-roadmap

    Note that while this work is planned, the engagement solution we are working on may not be immediately viable for research use cases.

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    Ricardo Correia commented  · 

    I agree with previous concerns associated with privacy issues, but the data could still be made available in pre-analysed, aggregated format similar to e.g. Google Trends. This would certainly be a fantastic resource!

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