Data of the paper: Clickbait or conspiracy? How Twitter users address the epistemic uncertainty of a controversial preprint

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2022-06-22 00:00:00
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Franzreb, Carlos
Schimmler, Sonja
Bauer, Mareike Fenja
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Center for Open Science
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This project contains sources related with the paper „Clickbait or conspiracy? How Twitter users address the epistemic uncertainty of a controversial preprint“:

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Scripts used to retrieve Tweets and to analyze/visualize them.

Quantitative Analysis: Data
+ tweets.json: All Tweets of the relevant users as nodes and their relationships (retweet, quote or reply) as edges.
+ users_clustered.json: Users as nodes and their follow-relationships as edges, clustered with the Leiden algorithm.
+ follower_network.json: JSON file corresponding to Figure 1.
+ interaction_network.json: JSON file corresponding to Figure 2

Qualitative Analysis: Data
Replies and quotes of the Tweets that are used in the qualitative analysis.
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Franzreb, C., Schimmler, S., & Bauer, M. F. (2023). Clickbait or conspiracy? How Twitter users address the epistemic uncertainty of a controversial preprint. OSF. https://osf.io/mqhvw/