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Posts Tagged ‘ social media ’

A review of ThinkUp: An open source social media analytics application

February 13, 2012
A review of ThinkUp:   An open source social media analytics application

It has been said that if you didn’t pay for the product then you are the product. Nowhere is this more evident than with the plethora of social media analytics applications currently available on the Internet.  For example, there are dozens of applications that provide feedback on your use of Twitter (see in particular...
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Content analysis of #hcsmca tweets: the importance of context in social media analytics

December 4, 2011
Content analysis of #hcsmca tweets: the importance of context in social media analytics

In a previous post I presented an analysis of the tweets from the Health Care Social Media Canada (#hcsmca) Twitter community.  By using a network analysis tool (NodeXL) I was able to determine that two Twitter identities (@infoway and @jasonboies) were participating but perhaps not in a connected way. When community members are “off...
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