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<center>'''Welcome to the [[Air_Quality_Work_Group|ESIP Air Quality Workgroup]] Air Twitter Development Workspace'''</center> <Br>
 
<center>'''Welcome to the [[Air_Quality_Work_Group|ESIP Air Quality Workgroup]] Air Twitter Development Workspace'''</center> <Br>

Revision as of 16:08, 26 August 2009

***** Current Eventspace: 0908MorrisFire tweet, delicious, youtube tag relevant content with #MorrisFire*****

Welcome to the ESIP Air Quality Workgroup Air Twitter Development Workspace

Thanks for checking out the Air Twitter project page! Air Twitter, is a twitter account designed to harvest user-generated content like tweets, delicious bookmarks, flickr pictures and youtube videos that are relevant to Air Quality in order to establish a background level of AQ chatter and potentially identify AQ events, similar to Google Trends.

What's New

  • 2009-08: Established development plan
  • 2009-07-31: Initial Air Twitter feed created using Yahoo Pipes to filter twitter and delicious content
  • 2009-07-14: Air Twitter project created at ESIP Summer Meeting

Air Quality Time Chart

Air Quality Events

Resources

Get Involved

This is an open project and if you are interested in contributing to the technical implementation or to the AQ event analysis. Register on this ESIP wiki to contribute content, discussions, or modify the page and click the "watch" tab to be notified of updates to this page.


Questions, comments, feedback - either through twitter @ESIPAQWG or leave a comment on the discussion page.
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