This dataset contains the tweet IDs of 87,641,357 tweets related to floods in 11 languages collected between July 29, 2014 and November 20, 2018. All tweets mention one or more keywords in one of the respective languages: English: flood, floods, flooding, flooded, inundation, inundations, inundated Indonesian: banjir Filipino: baha, bumabaha, pagbaha French: inonder, inondation German: flut, hochwasser, Überflutung Italian: inondazione, alluvione Dutch: overstroming Polish: powódź, powodzie Portuguese: inundação, inundacão, inundaçao, inundacao, inundações Spanish: inundación, inundacion, inundar, inundaciones Turkish: su taşkın, su baskını, sel bastı, sel suyu, sel yüzünden, taşkın oldu, sel suyunun The Twitter statuses/lookup API supports retrieving the complete tweet object for a tweet ID (known as hydrating). Tools such as Twarc or Hydrator can be used to hydrate tweets. Per Twitter’s Developer Policy, while tweet IDs may be shared on behalf of an academic institution and for the sole purpose of non-commercial research, tweets may not. If you would like access, please file a request. Cite as: de Bruijn, J. A., de Moel, H., Jongman, B., de Ruiter, M. C., Wagemaker, J., Aerts, J. C. (2019). A global database of historic and real-time flood events based on social media. Scientific Data, 6(1), 1-12. Questions about this dataset can be sent to j.a.debruijn at outlook dot com.
|Date made available||1 Jan 2019|