Some Quick Data Science: A Look At The San Francisco Tweetspace

Fig. 1: Eight and a half days worth of tweets in the SF area. ‘Vanilla’ tweets are tweets that don’t fit into any of the other categories.
Fig. 2: The distribution of Twitter ‘favorites’ for the data set.
Fig. 3: The same data shown in Fig. 1, but with a cut that shows only tweets that have more that five favorites.
Table 1: Comparing the total number and average ‘favorite’ rating of photos posted via Twitter’s native interface, and via Instagram.
Table 2: Comment-less posts to Twitter via the Swarm app.

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