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Today I found an interesting article at Technology Review* about personal data mining. One of the websites mentioned was analyzewords.com for analysing tweeter streams.
So I thought it would be interesting to see emotional analysis of the last GP’s (because it seems that analysis is limited to about 3 pages of tweets) tweets.
So here are emotional analysis of Suzuka GP :)
Redbulls are obviously highly satisfied with the result:
Ferrari is not quote happy and somewhat arrogant!:
McLarens were worried remained optimistic:
Mercedes seem positive in general but kind of depressed due to Rosberg’s retirement. :S :
Over to you.. Here are the F1 twitter directory and your tool:
http://www.wordle.net is also a great site to visualize word frequency. I did not get a nice one for tweets but the one I made for f1fanatic.co.uk looks pretty cool. Unfortunately it is apparently ran on the first page and thus dominated but the Russian GP news :) http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/2576137/F1_Fanatic
That’s quite funny :)
Ferrari – Arrogant… no way!
pretty cool. I check my own tweets though! Said I’m arrogant and worried! Well.. I was tweeting about the miners at the time, but I wasn’t saying stuff like.. ‘if it was me, I’d be out by now and down the pub’. Oh well :D
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