The link amid hot acclimate and advancing crime is well established. But can the same be said for online aggression, such as angry tweets? And is online anger a augur of assaults?

Our study just appear suggests the answer is a clear “no.” We found angry tweet counts absolutely added in cooler weather. And as daily best temperatures rose, angry tweet counts decreased.

We also found the accident of angry tweets is accomplished on Mondays, and conceivably unsurprisingly, angry Twitter posts are most accustomed after big news events such as a administration spill.

This is the first study to analyze patterns of advance and social media anger with temperature. Given anger spreads through online communities faster than any other emotion, the allegation have broad implications – abnormally under altitude change.