Posts Tagged with documentation

Looking for common tweeps on Twitter Lists?

March 23, 2010 - Want to compare two or three Twitter Lists to discover who is listed in common? Who is left out? We've got the solution for you. Select the "Compare lists" tab, then input two or three lists. Then sit back and let Twiangulate take care of the rest.

How to search Twitter bios for data with Twiangulate

March 1, 2010 - We've enabled search for Twitter bios. This should be useful for journalists and researchers trying to dig out new sources or to quantify the importance of a particular type of personality on Twitter. I've done some quick digging and turned up a bunch of fun factlets and trendoids. Journalists and Twitter For example, if you're an analyst trying to get ... more

Mapping Twitter lists

February 12, 2010 - You can now map of Twitter Lists with Twiangulate.

For example, here's a map of Jeff Jarvis' Media Wonks list.  The full list of 192 tweeps doesn't map well -- this is an <strike>incestuous</strike> highly networked world.  So the map defaults to display only those tweeps with bilateral links (as opposed to a one directional follow) with more than ...

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Mapping lists of tweeps, Twitter users at conferences and panels

February 7, 2010 - Need to map an ad hoc list of tweeps attending a map or conference?  This is your tool!   Just give the map a name, add some tweeps, then share new maps the URL.

Examples:
a) map of some tweeps attending the SUXORZ panel during SMWNYC in February 2010.
b) map of some tweeps attending the AnalyticsCamp at Chapel Hill, February 6, 2010.

Watching for new common Twitter friends

February 1, 2010 - The Watch List will notify you when two or three tweeps you've targeted jointly follow someone new.  

Good for finding rising stars in an industry, a competitor's new customer, or a new hire in a company.

We DM you personal updates weekly after your target tweeps follow someone new.

To create a watch list, click "create a watch" at the ...





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