The following segments exemplify output generated by instances of TAGSExplorer, a Google Docs script that has been developed by Martin Hawksey (on Twitter: @mhawksey. Powered by d3.js, Google Spreadsheets and Google Visualization API (gVisAPI), what the tool does is basically pulling publicly-available tweet data of a given hashtag, profile or other search term from Twitter, and saving this dataset to a Google Spreadsheet. Following up from there, and thanks to Martin's amazing scripting skills and the gVisAPI, TAGSExplorer then does a set of network visualisations through which the collected entries can be set in relation to each other to create visual connections between tweeters, retweets, mentions, etc.
➡ TAGS Archive for #95vsWissZeitVG
- Google Spreadsheet Dashboard "TAGS Archive for #95vsWissZeitVG"
- "TAGSExplorer of #95vsWissZeitVG" (P.S.: Make sure to try the "mentions" and "retweets" links at the bottom-right edge of the tool 😃 )
➡ TAGS Archive for #ACertainDegreeOfFlexibility
- Google Spreadsheet Dashboard "TAGS Archive for #ACertainDegreeOfFlexibility"
- "TAGSExplorer of #ACertainDegreeOfFlexibility" (P.S.: Make sure to try out the "mentions" and "retweets" at the bottom-right edge of the tool 😃 )