Category Archives: Analytics

TwitterLinguistics : An Open Research Project

Data Scientists are Will-Doers Not Can-Doers My presentation at PyCon on “The Linguistics of Twitter” produced exactly the response I was looking for, smart motivated people made contact with me and asked how they could help. Quick Recap The slides … Continue reading

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RStudio: Easy to Use Interface For R and Google Analytics Data #measure Part One: Setup

RStudio: FOSS Interface to R The limitations of widely used existing business solutions for statistical programming have led many organizations previously opposed to FOSS solutions deploy R. With the release of RStudio the bar to gain entry into the world … Continue reading

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#Measure in 2010: Tracking Links Shared With Bitly Goo.gl T.co Ow.ly and Others

API Enabling Open Data Discovery The Application Programming Interface (API) provided by many URL shortening services could provide insights into what the #measure community is passing around and, more importantly, what they find interesting. To prepare for this I had … Continue reading

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#Measure in 2010 – Figuring Out Measure Network Analysis

How to Understand This Chart Circles for Individuals Each person is in the #measure in 2010 chart is represented by an oval, or circular, shape. The size of the shape is determined by: Number of Tweets tagged with #measure Modified … Continue reading

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Explaining #Measure in 2010 – Limitations and Improvements of Twitter Content Valuation

We’re Only as Accurate as Our Least Accurate Measurement Wax On, Wax Off The Twitterati chart posted previously turned into something I didn’t quite expect, so I would like to take a moment to explain the whole situation to the … Continue reading

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