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The voting for the DataGenius IV: Home content ended on Tuesday.  Did using social media for the crowd sourcing work?  I took a look at twitter below, using Lumira of course:

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Over the last 7 days, most of the Data Genius tweets were in English, a few in German

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The most tweets are shown above.

Ingo Hilgefort had the fifth most tweets, and his entry 50 years of CO2 Emission and other important Factors : View Idea received 72 votes

Livia Botyanszki Boss, a SAP University Alliance student, had the 10th-most tweets and her entry Ocean Tracking Network : View Idea received 41 votes

Amit Gupta had the 8th most tweets and his entry Facebook Insights Analyzer : View Idea received 53 votes

The site says winners will be announced December 14th.  We’ll see if the above entries are winners.

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Top tweets by time zone are in the United States, followed by London.

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The outlier to the far right is the @SAPAnalytics twitter account.  The next one hovering at almost 30K followers is the @SAPMentors twitter account.

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The above shows the number of tweets by day, and you can see the day the voting ended, December 8th, had the most tweets.  There was a slight dip in tweets over the past weekend.

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Twitter for web client was the top source for the most tweets (we’re not all into tweeting by mobile clients, I guess)

I’m looking forward to seeing the announcement on Monday and to see really see if the crowdsourcing helped.

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