Your Drunk Tweets, Charted on a Line Graph


| 8/28/2009 3:10:20 PM


Twitter Word Correlation

Jeff Clark makes my brain hurt, but first he makes me laugh. He's been charting word density on Twitter at his blog Neoformix, and the resulting line graphs are fabulous. You must see his time of day word correlations, where he picks a "word of interest" (in the exaple above, it's "drunk") and shows two words with a positive correlation and two with a negative correlation—all organized by time of day.



Source: Neoformix



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