|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Tafferugli||349||a year ago||1||other||Python|
|Tafferugli is a Twitter Analysis Framework|
|Hides all the metrics on Twitter|
|Twitter Analytics Wrapper||34||4 years ago||4||August 19, 2018||Python|
|A simple Python wrapper to download tweets data from the Twitter Analytics platform. Particularly interesting for the impressions metrics that are unavailable on current Twitter API. Also works for the videos data.|
|Kriptomist||12||2 years ago||1||Python|
|Fundamental cryptocurrency analysis|
|Plos Alt Metrics||11||11 years ago||2||Ruby|
|Fork of the PLoS Article Level Metrics Project|
|Zen Twitter||9||10 months ago||mit||CSS|
|Hide Twitter vanity metrics, notifications and distractions|
|Twitter_analytics||8||8 years ago||8||Ruby|
|Making twitter analytics easy with neo4j and neo4apis gems|
|Twitter Server Prometheus||6||5 months ago||19||mit||Scala|
|Prometheus metrics for Twitter Server.|
|Tweet Sentiment||6||a year ago||mit||Java|
|Serverless App that publishes sentiment score metrics of tweets to CloudWatch Metrics|
|Util Stats Dropwizard||6||8 years ago||Scala|
|Twitter util / Finagle StatsReceiver backed by Dropwizard Metrics|
Twitter Demetricator is a web browser extension that hides all the metrics on Twitter.
The Twitter interface is filled with numbers. These numbers, or metrics, measure and present our social value and activity online, enumerating followers, likes, retweets, and more. But what are the effects of these numbers on who we follow, what we post, or how we feel when we use the site? Inviting us to consider these questions through our own experience, Twitter Demetricator is a web browser extension that hides the metrics. Follower, like, and notification counts disappear. “29.2K Tweets” under a trending hashtag becomes, simply, “Tweets”. Through changes like these, Demetricator lets us try out Twitter without the numbers, to see what happens when we can no longer judge ourselves and others in metric terms. With this work, I aim to disrupt our obsession with social media metrics, to reveal how they guide our behavior, and to ask who most benefits from a system that quantifies our public interactions online.
Twitter Demetricator is released as a Chrome extension and a Firefox Add-on, and as a userscript for use with Tampermonkey in any browser (including Safari, Edge, and Opera). Other browsers may be supported if they support userscripts in some way, but have not been tested.
Both browser implementations include an option to toggle the metric hiding. In Chrome, click on the extension's icon adjacent to the location bar to manipulate the toggle. In the rest, use Ctrl-D to toggle the hiding.