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About ----- usermine.py analyzes a user, returning a summary of what they've commented on and URLs contained in their comments. Analysis of comment text is done via the OpenCalais web service. usermine.py works by: 1) Downloading the user's comment history from Reddit and/or Twitter 2) Going through the comments and, if the comment hasn't already been analyzed during a previous run, submitting the comment to the Calais web service 3) Summarizing the semantic data returned by Calais in either JSON or human-readable text. Results are stored in a database file. Installation ------------ The script requires python-calais, which can be found at: http://code.google.com/p/python-calais You'll need an Open Calais API key, which you can request here: http://www.opencalais.com/APIkey Examples -------- Analyze Reddit comment history of user "mcantelon" and display as JSON: usermine.py -u mcantelon -a abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwx -r Analyze Twitter status updates of user "mcantelon" and display as human- readable text: usermine.py -u mcantelon -a abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwx -t -o Analyze Twitter status updates of user "mcantelon" and display as human- readable text in debug mode: usermine.py -u mcantelon -a abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwx -t -o -d Notes ----- The Twitter status update fetching uses the search API which, unfortunately, only retains the last week or so of Tweets. You may want to run usermine.py in debug mode until you get your options right. Usage ----- Usage: usermine.py [options] Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -u USER, --user=USER specify username to investigate -a API_KEY, --api_key=API_KEY specify OpenCalais API key -f FILE, --file=FILE specify database file (default is "usermine-<username>.db") -d display debug information during processing -r fetch comments from Reddit -t fetch comments from Twitter -o display output as human-readable text instead of JSON