I post weekly statistics of DJIA and OMXH25 companies’ tweeting activity where companies are ranked by the number of tweets during the previous week (Mon-Sun). See this Top tweeters (DJIA) 23.4. – 29.4.2012 as an example.
I generated, using Processing programming language, a few visualizations of Twitter account names (here and here). The language’s web site introduces Processing well: “Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to create images, animations, and interactions“. There’s also a good introduction to the language available at IBM developerWorks.
The algorithm I used is very simple but results can be quite appealing (well, at least I think so and there’s certain beauty in simplicity…)
The source code of the algorithm is below. The basic idea is to take a single word and based on it’s characters and length, generate random seed, color and (x,y,z)-coordinates in 3D space. Drawing is done one line and one rotation at a time. The final image is ready after five hundred rotations (see the demonstration of the code, requires Java. Also displayed in OpenProcessing.org).
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I posted about #SocialMedia #EBook #Marketing Experiment where I decided what my marketing campaign should do. Requirements are clear, goal is clear and it just needs to be done.
Sounds like a project.