data analytics (e.g., being
able to look at how topics change over time). This position requires
strong data analysis skills, including statistical analyses, and an
interest in participating in the research process (e.g., thinking
creatively, generating ideas).
There are two types of files (because the link structure made it difficult to crawl all of the data at one time). They contain some overlapping information (title=postTitle user=postUser, numComments=numComments); you can see a link of each below with the field names below it. Here's a link to the July 2014 birth club: http://community.babycenter.com/groups/a6737821/july_2014_birth_club. People would have joined this club around Nov 2013 and their children are now 2 years old. People who would be just finding out they're pregnant now would join the May 2017 birth club (which of course will have far fewer members and posts than the July 2014 one): http://community.babycenter.com/groups/a6764692/may_2017_birth_club
title, link, user, numHugs, numComments
2014 (this is all 12 months combined whereas the file above is just July)
numComments, postDate, postEdited, postUser, postTitle, postText, postImg
In case you're interested, here is overall number of posts per year when I crawled in March. It peaks around 2013 because BabyCenter got more popular over time, but the most recent boards haven't yet had time to grow.