Wolfram Alpha for Facebook

Wolfram Alpha’s Personal Analytics Tool for Facebook received a major update this week and appears to be a great new tool for social media analytics. Some may be familiar with Wolfram Alpha as a “scientific search engine” that allows you to search for bond prices, statistical distributions, or the third Tuesday in April 2030.

You may find that analyzing your Facebook profile yields even more interesting results. Note that I used my personal profile for this experiment instead of our cause, but that should prove just as interesting with a sufficient network and historical data.

Here are a few of the insights that Wolfram Alpha uncovered from my profile:

Word Cloud of my posts:

What interfaces I use over time throughout the week:

My friend network:

Check it out for yourself at: http://www.wolframalpha.com/facebook/


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