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Twitter User Classification using Ambient Metadata

  title={Twitter User Classification using Ambient Metadata},
  author={Chirag Nagpal and Khushboo Singhal},
Microblogging websites, especially Twitter have become an important means of communication, in today's time. Often these services have been found to be faster than conventional news services. With millions of users, a need was felt to classify users based on ambient metadata associated with their user accounts. We particularly look at the effectiveness of the profile description field in order to carry out the task of user classification. Our results show that such metadata can be an effective… 
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