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Tweeting Tendencies of Mathematicians on Twitter

Updated: 2019-Mar-23 15:40 UTC. Based on 200 most recent tweets of each list member. Retweet count excludes quote tweets, also known as retweets with comments. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Tendency to originate: % of user's tweets that are not replies or retweets

Average for mathematicians:23%
  
Top tendency to originate: 
@BenVitale100%
@JoatStewart97%
@MarcusBarnes92%
@masonporter92%
@RepMcNerney77%
@Anthony_Bonato72%
@edraygoins59%
@MathProgramming53%
@republicofmath50%
@SamuelGWalters49%

Tendency to reply: % of user's tweets that are replies

Average for mathematicians:37%
  
Top tendency to reply: 
@johncarlosbaez96%
@IneffectiveMath82%
@wtgowers82%
@CutTheKnotMath78%
@RobJLow78%
@katemath75%
@jamesgrime74%
@FryRsquared72%
@JimPropp70%
@Quasilocal69%

Tendency to retweet: % of user's tweets that are retweets (excluding quote tweets, also known as retweets with comments)

Average for mathematicians:32%
  
Top tendency to retweet: 
@bayesian_stats88%
@Derektionary88%
@SBarryCooper87%
@malloryedyer85%
@profkeithdevlin77%
@melissawm76%
@CardColm74%
@MartaMachoS73%
@druizaguilera72%
@RenaudLambiotte71%

Tendency to quote: % of user's tweets that are quote tweets, also known as retweets with comments

Average for mathematicians:7%
  
Top tendency to quote: 
@susan_dagostino54%
@Kit_Yates_Maths22%
@emilyriehl21%
@mathyadriana20%
@FedericoArdila20%
@MarcusduSautoy20%
@jamestanton20%
@JohnAllenPaulos19%
@ilaba18%
@colliand17%