Log in to Road Rage Ranker with Twitter. We use Twitter’s secure API to verify your account – we don’t request permission to tweet or follow users on your account. We only have read-only access to your public tweets.
Our bot works through your public timeline – reading tweets, favourites and conversations. It detects behaviour and language that could indicate an increased likelihood of road rage.
We’re looking at the frequency of certain angry keywords – such as swear words – and use of emojis expressing negative emotion. From this, we’re estimating your propensity for rage.
Check your results and share your road rage rank with the world! Are you a Calm Cruiser or a Road Rager?