TweetFix is a task that is part of the “Fix the Fixing” E.U. Erasmus+ project. The project goal is to find, analyze and extract useful information about fixed or suspected matches of various sports and events. At this task (WP5,A26: Report on qualitative content identification methodology) our team (Informatics Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece) had been assigned the task of supporting the digital side of the “fix the fixing” addressed problems, with a focus on understanding the social networks impact related to sports fixing. Therefore, an analysis on social networks data involved the processes of : collecting social media data, analyzing them, exporting useful results in readable and understandable graphs and presenting them in this report.


191.245 distinct tweets


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