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Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas

SAP Australia User Group National Summit on Twitter

SAP Australia User Group National Summit (nicknamed SAUG Summit) took place last week in Sydney.  I was asleep during most of the event – so what happened?  Taking the easy route, I reused what I created here: Following SAP Inside Track Joinville with Twitter


I changed the connection on the previous document.


SAP Lumira Desktop tells me the connection was updated


When I go into the SAUG document, I am prompted for re-mapping.  I can remove extraneous field.


The visualizations are updated – and of course, the event being held in Australia most tweets are in English, but this is the first time I’ve seen en-gb (Great Britain English)


The above shows Chris Paine had the most tweets at 104.


The top time zone of the tweets, as expected, is Sydney as the event was held there.  Pacific time zone was high as that this the time zone of the SAP Mentors


The above chart shows an outlier account


The “story” in Lumira is shown above.  I didn’t create any new stories or visualizations, I just reused what I did for SAP Inside Track Joinville.

The top favorited tweet is below (favorited 15 times):

Top retweeted tweet at 13:

The second top retweeted tweet at 10 retweets is as follows:

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      Author's profile photo Raphael Pacheco
      Raphael Pacheco

      Great work again Tammy Powlas 😀

      Sorry to ask you, but you can also filter this query subjects that tweets deal with a defined keyword? Eg. S/4 Hana, Hana, Fiori, etc... It would be nice to see how these issues were addressed by the users 🙂

      Warm regards,

      Raphael Pacheco.

      Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas
      Tammy Powlas
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      Hi Raphael - thank you for reading and commenting.  I thought the same - but I will need to perform some text analysis to parse that out and I ran out of time on Sunday (today) - maybe I will have some time this week to try this.