Twitter often publishes interesting data visualizations and graphs that display the geography, content, or frequency of tweets across time periods and places.
Below, check out two fascinating graphs: average ratio of tweets per minute over weekdays vs. weekend, and the average ratio of tweets per minute in a day by month.
It’s interesting to see that Spain had the largest shift forward in time of tweets on weekends vs. weekdays, and that April in New York City seems to generate the highest frequency of tweets (beautiful spring weather, perhaps?).
Any insights you gleaned from the above charts?
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