The plots below show the Mention Network of Twitter users (bots and humans) discussing the Philippine Elections. Building a network such as the ones here can help one to visualize (and even … Continue reading
The idea that Twitter users generate volumes of earthquake-related tweets at the onset of an earthquake is hardly new [link], but it’s always fun to work with data from home … Continue reading
It was such an exciting and intense match earlier between the UP Fighting Maroons and the UST Growling Tigers. Those of us who could not catch the game live on TV or via the web earlier had to rely on Twitter to follow the game. The game was so intense that #UPFight and #goUSTe were trending on the social media platform.
Is it possible to just look at the number of tweets per region and infer the population density at that region? Does it make sense to obtain a rough estimate of the GRDP of a locality based on the number of geotagged tweets that fall onto the area?
The past few days/weeks, we have been seeing a lot of posts on our fB walls and Twitter feeds on #AlDub. AlDub is an “accidental” segment in Eat Bulaga that had people following the program for a little over a month now.
I generated a word cloud from the tweets generated by key traders (Philippine market) and finance people in the Philippines for the whole month of August. I have not done any other … Continue reading
Meanwhile on Twitter world… Before the President’s Speech During the President’s Speech After the President’s Speech Special thanks to my ever reliable Macbook Air (the one I used for both data … Continue reading
Saturday. This is an update of last night’s post. Here we discuss all the tweets collected from 12:30PM-11:59PM on 26 July 2014 (GMT +8) on the show The Voice … Continue reading