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Tweeting Tendencies of Mathematicians on Twitter

Updated: 2023-Jan-29 16:47 UTC. Based on 200 most recent tweets of each list member. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

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

Average for mathematicians:20%
  
Top tendency to originate: 
@BenVitale100%
@MarcusBarnes98%
@dbressoud89%
@masonporter86%
@Anthony_Bonato80%
@TamasGorbe68%
@MathProgramming65%
@jamestanton64%
@freakonometrics64%
@DeannaHMath63%

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

Average for mathematicians:45%
  
Top tendency to reply: 
@math_doc_ron94%
@ZenoRogue94%
@ProfNoodlearms93%
@wtgowers92%
@VisualAlgebra91%
@MitchKeller89%
@TivadarDanka88%
@htowsner86%
@EricRWeinstein85%
@WanderingPoint85%

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

Average for mathematicians:27%
  
Top tendency to retweet: 
@MathsBooks99%
@mathbymal_dyer94%
@Derektionary88%
@MartaMachoS87%
@SBarryCooper86%
@JMEsole86%
@CardColm84%
@KristinLauter81%
@jacquiavelli79%
@xl77278%

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

Average for mathematicians:8%
  
Top tendency to quote: 
@ManilSuri46%
@SencerCorlu40%
@SafaMote37%
@juanripu36%
@NGhoussoub28%
@JohnAllenPaulos26%
@stecks26%
@mikeandallie26%
@BlumLenore25%
@KerrieMengersen23%