I loaded the content from the most recent 3200 posts (again, Twitter API limits), did some cleaning, took out the stop words (e.g. "the", "a", etc.) did a count of the 50 most popular terms, and scaled them to the most popular term. So "philosophy" on the right side of the graph is the most-used term (with 1500 occurrences over the past 6k tweets) and the counts are scaled relative to that.
What to conclude from the data? If you felt that the DN Twitter account was largely about sex & gender or diversity or any other New Infantilism issues in particular, you'd be mistaken. It's largely about the profession in broad strokes (as well as some comics, like "chaospet" or "phi or not to phi". (btw "or", "not", and "to" are all stop-words and so not included in the counts. So every instance of "phi" in the comic's name "phi or not to phi" counts as two separate instances of "phi". So where you see it around 0.30, cut that in half and it'll give you a better picture of what the true value is.
I have to confess that I thought the DN Twitter account was largely about sex and gender issues (i.e. the TERF wars) and chronically linking to folks fighting that battle. When looking at all the data, my suspicion was wrong. DN's Twitter, more often than not, talks about resources for and within the profession.