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SAP Inside Track Sheffield finished yesterday.  Similar to other analyses, I am using Lumira Desktop with a twitter extract using hashtag #sitsheff to analyze and follow the SAP Inside Track

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It’s no surprise that English was the top language used in the tweets.

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The top tweet counts go to the SAP Inside Track twitter account with the SAP Mentors twitter account in second. Next was Gareth Ryan followed by DJ Adams who both helped organize the event and are SAP Mentors

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In terms of time zone it is not surprising that the the most tweets came from the London timezone.  The Pacific time zone is next as that is the time zone for the SAP Mentors twitter account.

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Above is a suggested visualization by Lumira.  Not only is it colorful, but it does show an outlier – the SAP Mentor’s twitter account.

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The first day of SAP Inside Track Sheffield had the most tweets (Friday, September 11).

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For fun I just changed it to an Area chart to show tweets by day.


The most retweets were by Matthias Steiner


Tied for most retweets was this one by Christian Drumm



DJ Adams had the most favorited tweet with this:

Looks like a fun time.

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