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Plugged In to Gnip is our partner program certifying industry leaders that are committed to building their solutions on reliable, sustainable, and complete access to social data. Through close collaboration, we work with our partners to grow their businesses by incorporating new data sources and integrating new product features.
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From the Blog
Tweeting in the Rain, Part 4: Tweets during the 2013 Colorado flood
September 12, 2014 | Jim Moffitt, Developer Advocate
In August 2013, we posted two “Tweeting in the Rain” (Part 1 & Part 2) articles that explored important roles social data could play in flood early-warning systems. These two posts focused on determining whether there was a Twitter “signal” that correlated to local rain measurements. We looked at ten rain events from 2009-2012 in six different regions of the country, including San Diego, Las Vegas, Louisville and Boulder... Read more
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