Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Charts’
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The Twitter-verse is a complicated web of friends, followers, re-tweets and hashtags. It can be a headache to follow what’s really happening with your own tweets, let alone the whole Twitter eco-system.
We took a look around the web for some interesting ways to visualize Twitter – in graphs, charts, or more abstract images. Here are three of the coolest Twitter visualization tools to give you a break from all that 140-character-sized text.