Data visualization is pretty hot now a days. General reason is that it looks beautiful, catchy and easy to grasp information. A number of websites have offered various ways to visualize your Twitter profile data (a recent example being Visual.ly), and now Vizify has launched its Twitter visualization application Tweetsheet.
Tweetsheet will only load your last 3,200 and will show you some useful information includes a month-by-month summary of your totals Tweets, your most retweets, geographic impact (U.S. only), best followers and favorite themes based on your tweets in beautiful infographics. You can only create Tweetsheets for your accounts, and share it with other people to make them see.
It’s very easy to use – simply connect via Twitter (no password is needed or shared) and you will be able to see your profile Tweetsheet after a moment.
Here is my poor Tweetsheet :O
I have learned that I need to activate my account to connect with more people around the globe. I saw that my account activities are really down in past three four months. It also inform me which is my most popular Tweets, how my Tweeting has grown or fallen over the past months, who retweets and replies to me the most and where the people who respond to me live. Similarly it can help a lot to settle vision of company’s twitter strategy and make them learn how to engage in conversation in a useful way.
It can also provide them data to present where on globe they are most connected and engaged.
Silverstein says that despite the site’s simple looks, he’s got meaningful patents filed. “Acquiring that information, going through it and finding interesting things,” he says, “we’re doing it algorithmically, working backwards from an inspection of data, in the future new data we’re not yet familiar with – and that’s a non-trivial matter.”
Surprise – it’s not just static. Click on the bird and you can actually play a quick game of Angry Birds, too. Bird will hit the bar mentioning your tweets on upper image and give you scores. Hit replay to try to beat your score and have fun with.
“I began my career in publishing and there has always been a lot of ephemera published, much of it that deserves to be saved. I kept a journal when I was younger and I think it’s great to see where I was in my life at those times. I believe there is a lot of content in Twitter that deserves to be saved, too. But we don’t have the tools to understand it.”, Todd Silverstein, CEO of the company, says.
I’d say It’s sound great. Tweetsheet is very simple and easy to handle. Moreover Vizify working on to deliver more, so looking for what’s next.