Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Visualization’
Millions of people around the world celebrated the start of 2014 by tweeting.
Twitter data analytics team’s Krist Wongsuphasawat created a data visualization that captured the celebratory fever across Twitter as the clock clicked down to midnight on December 31, 2013.
When Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines on November 7 it was the strongest tropical storm ever to hit land.
Twitter became the go-to forum for collecting donations en masse, calling for help, locating friends and family members and seeking or providing real-time information about the storm.
Twitter data visualization scientist Nicolas Garcia Belmonte developed an amazing interactive map that shows every geotagged tweet mentioning the word “help” in one of 22 different languages combined with key terms around the disaster.
Social media engagement company and Twitter Certified Partner Wayin has launched an expanded partnership with Twitter that provides integrated Twitter media solutions for on-air broadcasts, in-venue displays and online engagement.
Using Denver-based Wayin, whose Wayin Hub launched with a splash in March at SXSW, customers can capture real-time conversations and rich content to display as curated feeds on websites, within their apps and now even through broadcast and in-venue displays.
Real-time social analytics and engagement platform NUVI rolled out a set of key new features this week, including a very cool Twitter Group Monitoring function.
Recently used by CNN to track national sentiment in the George Zimmerman trial, NUVI’s visual intelligence platform extrapolates data from millions of sources including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, Delicious, Reddit, Vimeo, and Flickr to dish up actionable insights for digital marketers.
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.
If you’ve ever been curious about which Twitter-famous people follow which other Twitter-famous people, this map is for you.
Twitter’s data visualization scientist Nicolas Belmonte wanted to display the billions of tweets ricocheting around the world at any given point in a more inventive way than has been done before.
But how about a 3D topographical map of billions of tweets, visualized across cities around the entire world?
Data visualization is at an all-time high, as graphic designers and web whizzes compute cooler and cooler ways to display the infinite stream of data flying around the Internet daily.
Find of the week: designer Santiago Ortiz created a data visualization examining how all the people who work at Twitter interact on – well, Twitter.
Check it out, below.
We’re in a fascinating age in which the intersection of data and design, powered by digital media, can manifest both usefully and gorgeously.
One of the coolest uses of data visualization is rendering social networks like Twitter 3D.
Unfortunately, through changes in the Twitter API, many developers have hit a stumbling block in generating creative new uses of Twitter data – but Twitter visualization projects still exist that blow our minds.
Check out 5 of our favorite ways to experience Twitter in 3D, right from your desk chair, below.
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