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Twitter language communities in London

This tool was created by Eric Fisher and Ed Manley. The main languages detected were: English, Spanish, French, Turkish, Arabic, Portuguese, German, Italian, Malay and Russian. The corpus was of 3.3 million of tweets located in the London area (found out through GPS) during the summer. The different colors in the graph come from the detection… Continue reading Twitter language communities in London

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Jugnoo Tweet Visualizer – a better explanation

I found a great article on the blog tecnoetica written by Davide Bennato. I found it so interesting and precise that I translated it for all. Jugnoo Tweet Visualizer: a tool to surf among tweets and hashtags. One of the most frequent problems a social media analyst has to face is finding a reliable tool… Continue reading Jugnoo Tweet Visualizer – a better explanation

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Jugnoo Tweet Visualizer – natural language processing applied to twitter

The Canadian company developed various tools to analyze the tweets for social media monitoring purposes. This  reminds me the frequency analysis on linguistic corpora and semantic association...Have a look at the little demonstration in their website, just look for a word, subject, magazine you like here: http://visual.jugnoo.com/#/jugnoome To save the picture above for this post… Continue reading Jugnoo Tweet Visualizer – natural language processing applied to twitter