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You can easily convert json to csv with R too, see this stackoverflow 
question for the full code:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13004813/downloading-json-data-into-r

You'll need the RJSONIO package.
Raffaele

On 12/18/15 9:17 PM, Rebecca Cunningham wrote:
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> I hope this mail finds you excellent.
> I come bearing a question regarding twitter data - in particular json files.
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> Myself and a colleague have been using the Twitter API to collect data
> on ccs and fracking.
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> The data comes out in json, and although I know we can use ORA to
> analyse and visualize the data, I was wondering if anyone had used a
> cleaning/translating tool to get the json file into a workable csv file
> that could be then put into Pajak/UCINET/Gephi?
>
> Many thanks in advance for your thoughts and advice.
> best wishes
> Bec
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