How to use the twarc.json2csv.get_row function in twarc

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github DocNow / twarc / twarc / command.py View on Github external
# ready to output

        kind_of = type(thing)
        if kind_of == str_type:
            # user or tweet IDs
            print(thing, file=fh)
            log.info("archived %s" % thing)
        elif 'id_str' in thing:
            # tweets and users
            if (args.format == "json"):
                print(json.dumps(thing), file=fh)
            elif (args.format == "csv"):
                csv_writer.writerow(get_row(thing))
            elif (args.format == "csv-excel"):
                csv_writer.writerow(get_row(thing, excel=True))
            log.info("archived %s", thing['id_str'])
        elif 'woeid' in thing:
            # places
            print(json.dumps(thing), file=fh)
        elif 'tweet_volume' in thing:
            # trends
            print(json.dumps(thing), file=fh)
        elif 'limit' in thing:
            # rate limits
            t = datetime.datetime.utcfromtimestamp(
                float(thing['limit']['timestamp_ms']) / 1000)
            t = t.isoformat("T") + "Z"
            log.warning("%s tweets undelivered at %s",
                         thing['limit']['track'], t)
            if args.warnings:
                print(json.dumps(thing), file=fh)
github DocNow / twarc / twarc / command.py View on Github external
line_count += 1

        # ready to output

        kind_of = type(thing)
        if kind_of == str_type:
            # user or tweet IDs
            print(thing, file=fh)
            log.info("archived %s" % thing)
        elif 'id_str' in thing:
            # tweets and users
            if (args.format == "json"):
                print(json.dumps(thing), file=fh)
            elif (args.format == "csv"):
                csv_writer.writerow(get_row(thing))
            elif (args.format == "csv-excel"):
                csv_writer.writerow(get_row(thing, excel=True))
            log.info("archived %s", thing['id_str'])
        elif 'woeid' in thing:
            # places
            print(json.dumps(thing), file=fh)
        elif 'tweet_volume' in thing:
            # trends
            print(json.dumps(thing), file=fh)
        elif 'limit' in thing:
            # rate limits
            t = datetime.datetime.utcfromtimestamp(
                float(thing['limit']['timestamp_ms']) / 1000)
            t = t.isoformat("T") + "Z"
            log.warning("%s tweets undelivered at %s",
                         thing['limit']['track'], t)

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Archive tweets from the command line

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