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Apply for access to the Twitter historical archive through a new (as of Feb 2021) Academic Research API. Available to faculty, graduate students, and others who are affiliated with an academic institution and have a clearly defined research need. For questions about using the API reach out to email@example.com.
CrowdTangle is a public insights tool from Facebook to help you follow, analyze, and report on what’s happening on Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms. Faculty, PhD students, and post-docs can apply for free academic access. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Netlytic is a community-supported text and social networks analyzer that can automatically summarize and visualize public online conversations on social media sites. It is made for researchers by researchers, no programming/API skills required.
Free social media data, analytics and visualization tools for researchers at all levels of expertise. Includes SMILE, an open-source social media analytics tool to collect and analyze data from Twitter and Reddit; and BAE, a Brand Analytics Environment to gain insight into how individuals and groups may interact with brands and various organizations. [BAE requires an IBM Cloud Account login.]