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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.
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?