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Geotagged tweets to inform a spatial interaction model: a case study of museums

@article{Lovelace2014GeotaggedTT,
  title={Geotagged tweets to inform a spatial interaction model: a case study of museums},
  author={R. Lovelace and N. Malleson and K. Harland and M. Birkin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1403.5118}
}
  • R. Lovelace, N. Malleson, +1 author M. Birkin
  • Published 2014
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • This paper explores the potential of volunteered geographical information from social media for informing geographical models of behavior, based on a case study of museums in Yorkshire, UK. A spatial interaction model of visitors to 15 museums from 179 administrative zones is constructed to test this potential. The main input dataset comprises geo-tagged messages harvested using the Twitter Streaming Application Programming Interface (API), filtered, analyzed and aggregated to allow direct… CONTINUE READING

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