While you will find some exceptions, sharing archived tweets is against Twitter Developer Policy.
Take all reasonable efforts to do the following, provided that when requested by Twitter, you must promptly take such actions:
Delete Content that Twitter reports as deleted or expired;
If a user deletes their own content, the archive should reflect that ...
scraperwiki lets you search twitter for terms, but also allows twitters search operators. here's a quick search for my handle:
they also offer a get a list of followers feature, so not exactly what you are looking for, but a twitter tool nonetheless
EDIT: some sets i came across:
Twitter Data used for ...
From the Machine Learning Repository at UCI there are some datasets that may get you started.
For emails you may also find this StackOverflow discussion helpful, or this 300+MB dataset.
For blogs marked as spam, check out this site.
Twitter data are not allowed to be publically shared. You can share the analysis or the visualization, but not ...
In addition to I.M.'s list, there also exist:
Youtube (as distinct from G+)
My employer is building a service to provide a unified API for these services and more, leave a comment if you would like access to our pre-production API. You get access and I get to learn about your use case and add the features that you ...
You could check out our data sets. This is synthetic data generated to match the census data as closely as possible, without having any privacy concerns. It contains both demographics, household relationships, and social contact networks.
Check out these links below, and you can also search "twitter" in data.world for other related data. There's quite a few users who are already aggregating this data and creating analyses and cool visualizations. If you're interested in collaborating, some are seeking additional contributors to help build out these datasets further. Hope this helps!
There are a several ways to get access to historical Twitter data. Here are some options:
I've had great luck using Topsy in looking at a wide variety of
tweets ranging from disease vectors in Africa to sentiment analysis.
Here's the link for 28K #opendata tweets for the last 20 days. You can
expand to "all time", search by language, and look at influencers....
FYI a colleague of mine suggested me the following website, where you can find the UK (detailed) river network: https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/business-and-government/products/os-open-rivers.html
On this website there is also a lot more..
The US Department of Transportation has a dataset called the National Transportation Atlas Database.
The Liner Notes describe the datasets that are included.
At that link go to NTAD 2015 (online), Polyline, Railway Network
Also under ...
This doesn't exist as of now. There are very limited datasets on social networks at the micro-level. Especially if you're interested in full village census, you are restricted to very few data sets which you will only get by asking the authors of the respective papers themselves. We are currenly working on a networks data set covering over fifty villages in ...
The UN Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) collects and publishes a lot of data on Africa related to farming.
Here's the entry point into the FAO's Statistics Database (FAOSTAT):
Here's the link to the World Bank's datasets on Farming in Rural Areas of the World:
I'm not sure if you care what domain the data are from, but I suspect the Add Health dataset may have what you're looking for. It contains a bunch of variables on health and child wellbeing and includes data on respondents' school-based networks.
This is a list of mobile phone network and satellite phone network operators measured by number of subscribers which is free in wikipedia with link
Furthermore, there are a few more paid services in any case:
The University of California, Berkley has an interactive form for query social survey data they have compiled ('SDA: Survey Documentation and Analysis'). I don't know if they have a REST or other API interface.
You can find it at this link:
Their archives are at this link:
The 1972-2010 ...
HydroSheds is a global hydrology dataset based on SRTM topography data set (DEM). It includes glboal stream network and basins (vectors) and other raster outputs (flow dir., flow accu. etc.) derived from either 15 and 30 sec resolution. Rasters are also available at 3 sec resolutions. For the UK make sure you download European region.
You ask where you can get a river network for the UK for research purposes. This suggests you are in academia? If so you should have access to the definitive river network of the UK from the Ordnance Survey via the edina digimap website. You can download the WaterLayer. Be aware this is a very large dataset and can only be downloaded in tiles.
It's very unlikely that there's a comprehensive open collection with the information you're looking for. At the very least, logos or graphics are going to be tricky, as they're the copyright of the individual companies.
I can't answer the rest of the question with a single source, as there are at least 6 registration entities in the U.S. alone. From the ...
The road system of New Zealand is obtainable in a computer readable form from OpenStreetMap. There are APIs available to query for just the objects you want, in this case the roads, see http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/cG for an example.
Inploid is a social question & answer website. Users can follow others. Each user is associated with a reputability score which is determined by the feedback of others about the questions and answers of the user. Each user can also specify interest in topics. The data is crawled in June 2017 and consist of 39,750 nodes and 57,276 directed links between ...
It depends on the kind of analysis you want to perform. Lets refer to biological networks (you can check this link and see if there is something which fit your request: http://dp.univr.it/~laudanna/LCTST/downloads/index.html). To stick to this link i think that the file Gene_To_Pathway.NA could be used to generate an attribute file which adds a (sort of) ...
One of my favorite (dynamic) networks to study is Wikipedia. You have plenty of data to analyze and it is evolving every second :)
Here is an example of the edits in Wikipedia articles: http://rcmap.hatnote.com/#en
However, if you want more options, in this repository, you will find dozens of networks and you could sort the table by "Dynamic" networks to ...
Based on the NUTS-3 Boundaries in Eurostat and some GeoTools code I generated this list for you. Where the first column is the NUTS_ID of the zone and the list in  is the list of neighbours, which may be empty.
AT111:[AT112, AT113, AT122, HU221, HU222]
AT112:[AT111, AT122, AT127, HU221, SK010]
AT113:[AT111, AT122, AT224, HU222, SI011]