GEOINFO 2018: presentation of AGORA Research Group on rainfall content patterns in Twitter
Sidgley Camargo de Andrade, PhD Student of the AGORA Group, attended the XIX Brazilian Symposium on Geoinformatics (GEOINFO 2018) that was held at the Garden Hotel, in Campina Grande (Paraíba, Brazil), between 5th and 7th December 2018. The GEOINFO is an annual symposium that aims to present to the community a perspective of the state-of-the-art about the ongoing research, development and innovative applications on GIScience.
During the symposium de Andrade presented his short paper, which is named “Does keyword noise change over space and time? A case study of social media messages“. The work can be found here, and its presentation is available here. He also demonstrated his tool for data retrieval of Twitter, which was developed from a simple architectural model. The code and architectural model can be found as follows: architecture description and code.