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Can not find data in Tutorial 13

  • #45039
    Wenzhao Li
    Member

    I do the tutoiral 13 in Sandbox, but when I went to the step to load data from tweets.rc to the “tweets” folder, I can not find the .rc file in the package SentimentFiles.zip I download from the link. I guess the tutorial did not show me how to generate .rc file. I hope someone show me how to generate the tweets.rc folder.

    wenzhao

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  • #45049
    Rahul Dhond
    Participant

    Same here…I couldnt find the tweets.rc folder..But I searched around and there is flume data in /upload/data for (many files for day02, day03 etc).., So I used 6 of those files after verifying that they were actually twitter data.
    regards,
    Rahul

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