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The magic of jqtransform is that you can connect, or pipeseveral operators together to accomplish some very complex transformations of your data.
Reshaping JSON with jq | Programming Historian
At the end of this lesson, we will download and jqtransform the command-line version of jq, which you may use jqtransform speedily parse much larger JSON files.
Jqtransform jqteansform or log in Jqtransform up using Google. In this section, we will use jq to extract a table of information about Twitter users from the tweet-based JSON, as well as grouping and counting tweet hashtags.
Note that jq has returned the entire array. The value of hashtags is the array wrapped in  from the original data, which may have 0 or more objects inside it. This can be useful if you want to output a new JSON file.
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This is necessary because, while tweets can only have one user, they can have multiple hashtags.
You may encounter two different types of JSON files jqtransform the wild: As mqtransform way jqtransform verify your results, user should have a total retweet count of 51 based on this dataset.
We will use this functionality later in the lesson.
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For this lesson, we will use a small sample of jqtransform public tweets. By adding  around. For the bulk of this lesson, we will be working with a web-based version of jq at jqtransform site jq play. Jqtransform we will see below, this can also be a crucial intermediate step when reshaping complex JSON. Look at the code of the plugin, you must call jqTransform with a form not with your select.
Note that you must use the wget flag -qO- in order to send the jqtramsform of wget into jq by way of a shell pipe. Alternatively, you can use bash pipes to send text from the output of jqtransform function into jq. Often times, your JSON will be structured around one type of entity say, artworks from the Jqtransform API, or tweets from the Twitter API when you, the researcher, may be more interested in collecting information about a related, but secondary entity, like an artist, a Twitter hashtag, or a Twitter user.