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Visualising London, Brighton and the UK using Geo-Tweets

Recently I’ve been grabbing Tweets some some natural language processing analysis (in Python using NetworkX and NLTK) – see this PyCon and PyData conversation analysis. Using the London dataset (visualised in the PyData post) I wondered if the geo-tagged tweets would give a good-looking map of London. It turns out that it does: You can […]

aMaking “from lxml import etree” work with virtualenv (Python)

Update – these steps are overly complicated and *unnecessary*! See fizyk and Marius’ comments below. I’ll leave this post just in case it helps anyone – hopefully anyone coming here will realise it isn’t hard (now) to install lxml, as long as the OS dependencies are installed I use virtualenv for all development. Recently I […]