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tidytags 0.3.0 (2022-02-04)

NEW FEATURES

  • Released tidytags on CRAN for the first time.

### BUG FIXES

  • Updated to most recent versions of CI tests for R-CMD-check and test coverage.

### DOCUMENTATION FIXES

  • Updated paper.md and paper.bib to coincide with submission for peer review at Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS).

tidytags 0.2.1 (2021-12-14)

NEW FEATURES

  • Added a new function filter_by_tweet_type() to filter a Twitter dataset to only include statuses of a particular type (e.g., replies, retweets, quote tweets, mentions).
  • Updated the function create_edgelist() to take a “type” argument (e.g., “reply”, “retweet”, “quote”, “mention”, “all”). This replaces the need for specialized functions like create_mentions_edgelist().

tidytags 0.2.0 (2021-11-19)

NEW FEATURES

  • Added a new function lookup_many_users() to automatically iterate through the Twitter API limit of pulling metadata for only 90,000 users at one time

### BUG FIXES

  • Updated several function names so as not to mask newer functions imported from {rtweet}, for example, get_mentions() is now create_mentions_edgelist(), and similar updates have been made for function building edgelists from quotes, replies, and retweets
  • Updated tests to work with latest version of {vcr}
  • Made fixes so CI tests would again work with real requests in addition to pre-recorded {vcr} data

### DOCUMENTATION FIXES

  • Extensively updated the README doc and Setup vignette to help scaffold {tidytags} setup

tidytags 0.1.2 (2021-03-02)

BUG FIXES

  • CI tests now work with real requests in addition to pre-recorded vcr data
  • Added a Google API key for accessing a Google Sheet with read_tags()

### DOCUMENTATION FIXES

  • Clarified process for obtaining an setting up API keys and tokens for Google, Twitter, and OpenCage

tidytags 0.1.1 (2020-11-24)

NEW FEATURES

  • Switched to OpenCage for geocoding (previously used Google Maps API)
  • Switched to GitHub Actions (from Travis CI) for CI testing

tidytags 0.1.0 (2020-02-21)

  • Initial release on GitHub.