After my first blog where I share what I am tweeting about Using Data Services Text Data Processing with SAP Lumira to Analyze Tweets , I now want to take a look at who I am tweeting with using Data Services . Data Services can be used to read the 140 characters of unstructured data to read the twitter ID of my tweets. Who was I tweeting most with? Ingo Hilgefort ? Fred Verheul ? Would Klout tell me this?
Using Data Services as shown above, Social Media/Twitter ID is one of the entity types.
Run the Data Services batch job I created and send that to a file, to be consumed by SAP Lumira (formerly SAP Visual Intelligence)
Because there are so many people I tweet with, use the gear icon to rank the top people I tweet with.
Now Lumira shows the usual heat map, shading those I’ve tweeted with by range.
The above shows the usual heat map. Because my top hashtag was #SCN in my previous post, it is no surprise that SAPCommNet is one of the top twitter handles in my tweets.
I gave the radar chart a try; not sure how helpful it is with this analysis.
I happen to like the tag cloud when doing text analysis.
The waterfall chart is visually interesting but doesn’t tell me anything new.
I wasn’t surprised at these results because I work frequently with Ingo and Ina Felsheim as both are our SAP points of contact to ASUG. Thorsten Franz is a wonderful conversationalist on twitter, along with Jon Reed .
Interestingly, out of the above people I tweet with, only Vijay Vijayasankar shows up as my Klout “influencers”.
Still it was fun to analyze who I am tweeting with. For sure companies should be looking at their own social media accounts, analyzing what and who they are tweeting with – and to me, Data Services makes this happen quite easily.