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Visualized: How The World Responded To Typhoon Haiyan On Twitter

Visualized: How The World Responded Typhoon Haiyan On Twitter

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.

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The Topography Of Tweets [INTERACTIVE MODEL]

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.

We’ve seen Twitter maps, interactive 3D Twitter models, and Twitter photo browsers.

But how about a 3D topographical map of billions of tweets, visualized across cities around the entire world?

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Twitterize Yourself: How To Create A Visualization Of Your Twitter Profile [INFOGRAPHIC]

If there’s one thing the internet has taught us in the last couple of years, it’s this: everybody loves infographics. And they’re especially popular on Twitter, where they’re widely shared.

Yep, infographics are a lot of fun. But the process of creating one is out of reach for a lot of people, because even a basic attempt takes some ability, and the really good infographics require some serious designer chops.

Wouldn’t it be cool if there was a way to automate this process? And wouldn’t it be cooler still if you could instantly create an infographic of your Twitter profile?

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