Search Twitter's '30day' (PREMIUM) API
search_30day( q, n = 100, fromDate = NULL, toDate = NULL, env_name = NULL, safedir = NULL, parse = TRUE, token = NULL )
Search query on which to match/filter tweets. See details for information about available search operators.
Number of tweets to return; it is best to set this number in intervals of 100 for the '30day' API and either 100 (for sandbox) or 500 (for paid) for the 'fullarchive' API. Default is 100.
Oldest date-time (YYYYMMDDHHMM) from which tweets should be searched for.
Newest date-time (YYYYMMDDHHMM) from which tweets should be searched for.
Name/label of developer environment to use for the search.
Name of directory to which each response object should be saved. If the directory doesn't exist, it will be created. If NULL (the default) then a dir will be created in the current working directory. To override/deactivate safedir set this to FALSE.
Logical indicating whether to convert data into data frame.
A token associated with a user-created APP (requires a developer account), which is converted to a bearer token in order to make premium API requests
A tibble data frame of Twitter data
Users must have an approved developer account and an active/labeled environment to access Twitter's premium APIs. For more information, to check your current Subscriptions and Dev Environments, or to apply for a developer account visit https://developer.twitter.com.
Note: Bolded operators ending with a colon should be immediately
followed by a word or quoted phrase (if appropriate)–e.g.,
"" ~~ match exact phrase
# ~~ hashtag
@ ~~ at mentions)
url: ~~ found in URL
lang: ~~ language of tweet
from: ~~ authored by
to: ~~ sent to
retweets_of: ~~ retweet author
is:retweet ~~ only retweets
has:mentions ~~ uses mention(s)
has:hashtags ~~ uses hashtags(s)
has:media ~~ includes media(s)
has:videos ~~ includes video(s)
has:images ~~ includes image(s)
has:links ~~ includes URL(s)
is:verified ~~ from verified accounts
bounding_box:[west_long south_lat east_long north_lat] ~~ lat/long coordinates box
point_radius:[lon lat radius] ~~ center of search radius
has:geo ~~ uses geotagging
place: ~~ by place
place_country: ~~ by country
has:profile_geo ~~ geo associated with profile
profile_country: ~~ country associated with profile
profile_region: ~~ region associated with profile
profile_locality: ~~ locality associated with profile