next_cursor

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next_cursor/max_id

Method for returning next value (used to request next page or results) object returned from Twitter APIs.

Usage
next_cursor(x)

max_id(x)

Arguments
x

Data object returned by Twitter API.

Value

Character string of next cursor value used to retrieved the next page of results. This should be used to resume data collection efforts that were interrupted by API rate limits. Modify previous data request function by entering the returned value from next_cursor for the page argument.

See Also

Other ids: get_followers, get_friends

Other extractors: tweets_data, users_data

Aliases
  • next_cursor
  • max_id
Examples
# NOT RUN {
## Retrieve user ids of accounts following POTUS
f1 <- get_followers("potus", n = 75000)

## store next_cursor in page
page <- next_cursor(f1)

## max. number of ids returned by one token is 75,000 every 15
##   minutes, so you'll need to wait a bit before collecting the
##   next batch of ids
sys.Sleep(15 * 60) ## Suspend execution of R expressions for 15 mins

## Use the page value returned from \code{next_cursor} to continue
##   where you left off.
f2 <- get_followers("potus", n = 75000, page = page)

## combine
f <- do.call("rbind", list(f1, f2))

## count rows
nrow(f)

# }
# NOT RUN {
# }
Documentation reproduced from package rtweet, version 0.6.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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