A new project from the Digital Scholarship Commons provides analysis of an archive of 10 million tweets from the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Since 13 October 2011, Emory University Library has collected over ten million tweets from the Occupy Wall Street Movement. For the anniversary of the first day of the Fall 2011 demonstrations, DiSC created a site that provides some visualizations of the tweets—heat maps, word clouds, and charts—as well some analysis.
We encourage you to take a look, share with friends, and let us know what you think.
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