Twitter

Twitter is a public microblogging social networking platform which restricts written posts added by its users to only 280 characters.

Panoply makes it easier than ever to access your Twitter data. Explore it in SQL or connect your favorite BI tools and analytical notebooks for custom data visualization and advanced analytics.

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Twitter BI Integrations

Modernizing Twitter BI

Preparing for analytics

Do you spend more time on data preparation or analysis? If you’re like most data analysts, you spend most of your time exporting CSVs, hacking spreadsheets, maintaining Python scripts, and managing databases. And you do all this hard work just for managers to ask why your reports don’t include today’s data. Your data deserves better, and so do you.

Automating data management

That laborious process of syncing and synthesizing data is called data management. Yes, it’s important—everyone knows good analysis requires good data. But every minute spent managing data is a minute that could be spent on analytics. The good news is that these processes can be automated and managed in the cloud without any complicated scripts or engineering expertise.

Your Twitter data analytics platform

Panoply is the easiest way to sync, store, and access your Twitter from all your business intelligence tools and analytical notebooks. It only takes a few minutes to connect your Twitter data to Panoply. Once connected, Panoply will automatically refresh your data as it changes. There are no scripts to maintain or processes to manage. You can focus on what matters your data and your business.

Panoply makes your Twitter data accessible
so you can analyze it

Expected Twitter Data
Here’s a sample of the Twitter data that you can sync, store, and access with Panoply:
Tweets
A Tweet is a message posted to Twitter containing text, photos, GIF, or video. Tweets are the basic atomic building block of all things Twitter.
Likes
Favorites, or now known as Likes, are tweets that receive a 'heart' from a specific user. It's used to show appreciation for a Tweet.
Followers
Followers refer to the Twitter users that follow a specific user. A follower can view the activity that a Twitter user shares on his or her respective profile

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Panoply has given us drastic improvements in query speed and brought all our data in one place. Our visualizations are much more fast and efficient.
Andrew Zeck - CTO and Co-founder, Saucey
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