So today I followed with interest SAP Inside Track Frankfurt by looking at the event’s twitter hashtag #sitFRA.  From the site it says “FRA is the international abbreviation for the Frankfurt Airport, the largest airport in Germany. “

I exported the tweets to Excel and then used Lumira Desktop (mostly) to analyze.  Unfortunately I experienced some errors when trying to publish to the Lumira Cloud, so I will save that for another day (possibly)

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The above shows the top 10 count by screen name over the last 7 days of those using the sitFRA hashtag.  Of course, the organizers of the event had their own twitter handle @_sitFRA so they had the most tweets at 121

SAP Mentor Tobias Trapp had 110 tweets.  Christian Drumm had 75 tweets SAP Mentor Gregor Wolf had 65 tweets.

Next a review of tweet counts by time zone

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It’s no surprise that the most tweets came from the Berlin time zone.  Also the Amsterdam time zone had 176 tweets with attendees from the Netherlands.  Pacific time zone (US) had 59 tweets.  London had 119 tweets.

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Next as a recommended visualization I see language on the tweeter’s profile.  Most are in English with German being second.

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I can drill into timezone to show who tweeted in London time zone

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I can see who tweeted in the Pacific time zone

I had some experiences with the aggregations in Lumira so I went to Excel to see the top tweet with the most retweets:

The above tweet by Christian Braukmueller was retweeted 25 times with 23 favorites as it contained a nice group “selfie”

Next highest retweet was this one from the @SAPInsideTrack handle with 16 retweets and 8 favorites:

The third highest retweets came from Fred Verheul

So more analyses to come when I can.

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