Similar to Watching SAP Inside Track Frankfurt using Twitter I exported a week’s worth of tweets with #SITSL which is the hashtag for SAP Inside Track São Leopoldo, held last week.

I was fairly lazy again, letting Lumira provide some recommended visualizations:

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Figure 1

Figure 1 shows the top retweets by source shows a variety of twitter clients used.

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Figure 2

Figure 2 is another related visualization proposed, showing that Karen Rodrigues had the most tweets with Eduardo Chagas in second followed by Bruno Lucattelli

Karen had 103 tweets in the time period selected, Eduardo 78 and Bruno had 66.

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Figure 3

As expected, as shown in Figure 3, most of the tweets came from the Brazil time zone.   London time zone (as shown in Watching SAP Inside Track Frankfurt using Twitter ) is from the @SAPInsideTrack twitter handle and Pacific time zone is from the @SAPMentors twitter handle.

Who is tweeting in Santiago?

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Figure 4

I created a custom hierarchy to show who is tweeting from the Santiago time zone – see above.

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Figure 5

Figure 5 shows the top counts by twitter client source.  Most of the tweets came from Twitter for iPhone.

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Figure 6

Figure 6 shows another related visualization – tweets by language.  Even though Portuguese is the main language in Brazil, English was the main language.

The top tweet, with 12 retweets and 12 favorites is this:

So Marlo Simon has the top tweet above.

Next, with 12 retweets and 9 favorites:

Eduardo’s nice team picture is the second most popular tweet.

Sounds like a great event.  See some more analysis on Lumira Cloud here.

Reference:

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  1. Marssel Vilaça

    Interesting figure 6. Most sessions and whole country in PT and tweets in EN. It evidences twitter platform stills not engaged in Brazil. Thanks for sharing Tammy!

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