Twitter Stream to Elasticsearch.
You need to get an OAuth token in order to use elastic-twitter-stream package. Please follow Twitter documentation,
Your Consumer Key. default to ''
Your Consumer Secret. default to ''
Your Access Token Key. default to ''
Your Access Token Secret. default to ''
If you don't want to index retweets, just set this option to
true. default to
A comma-separated list of include fields. See Tweets field guide. default to all fields included.
If you automatically to stop the stream of Twitter , you set the time-out .
A comma separated list of user IDs, indicating the users to return statuses for in the stream. See follow for more information. default to ''
Specifies a set of bounding boxes to track. See locations for more information. default to ''
Keywords to track. Phrases of keywords are specified by a comma-separated list. See track for more information. default to 'twitter'
Setting this parameter to a comma-separated list of BCP 47 language identifiers. See language for more information. default to ''
default to 'http://localhost:9200'
default to 'twitter'
default to 'tweets'
default to 100
default to 5 (5s)
Start Twitter Stream to Elasticsearch.
Stop Twitter Stream to Elasticsearch.
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