Tuiter.net is an experimental tool for analyzing the conversation about topics on Twitter. In this first example we have chosen as the main theme the next elections to Parliament of Catalonia. The application analyzes the publication of certain terms (keywords) that are classified into groups. The graphs show the frequency of these terms every hour and allow to extract information such as the evolution of the conversation, view the profile of users involved, etc..
Along with Roger Melcior we’ve created Rodalia.info, a system to monitor real-time network status for the Cercanías Barcelona trains based on messages sent by users via Twitter.
Rodalia.info consists of a website to aggregate all information supplied by the users via Twitter and also the information provided by Transmet, a version of the web adapted to mobile terminals and Twitter accounts to follow directly the tweets of each line.
More information about the project and how to collaborate:
Visualizing data in the “cursa de la Mercè” 2009 on the map of Barcelona.
The visualization shows the path of all participants (approximately 8500) with accelerated time, doing rollover on any of them shows their name, gender, final position in the race, and travel time. Upon reaching the goal (marked as A) it shows up the Gaussian distribution (typical) based on the number of arrivals per minute.
Bubblr is a community where people can create comic-strips (photonovels) using photos from flickr, just taking a sequence of pictures where you can add bubbles and create a story. All stories are saved in the archive.