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Um hello I guess you're here because you want to look at the code for this or run it yourself.
The code is up there ^ so I guess here's how you run it yourself.
Oh, reading the blog post would really make that more clear.
pip install -r requirements.txt
(virtualenv is for suckers right now)
You'll also need to supply some way of authenticating yourself to Facebook.
Do this by creating a SECRETS.txt file with the following lines:
uid=<Contains your Facebook user id> cookie=<Contains your Facebook cookie> client_id=<Contains your Facebook client id. Find it by inspecting the GET parameters sent when your browser requests `facebook.com/pull` using your browser's dev tools.> excludes=<Contains your facebook friends ids which you want to exclude (optional)>
This will run indefinitely and create data in
Depending on the number of Facebook friends you have, and how active they are, you can expect around 50-100MB/day to be written to disk.
python graph.pyto convert all the raw log data into CSVs
python app.pyto start the 100% CSS-free
http://localhost:5000to view the ultra-minimal
You did it!