Twitter Emotion Graphs
Twitter Emotion Graphs shows you the emotional state of Twitter in real-time.
Before using TEGs, install ruby-processing:
$ sudo gem install ruby-processing
Next, in the twitter_emotion_graphs directory create a config.yaml file. You can copy from the included config.yaml.sample, but replace the relevant text with your twitter credentials. It should look something like the following:
# /twitter_emotion_graphs/config.yaml username: dguttman password: snowflake
Lastly, run TEGs using ruby-processing's "rp5 run" command:
$ rp5 run twitter_emotion_graphs.rb