Facebook personal data analysis

June 27, 2013

Let’s continue the facebook saga.

Have you ever imagined what’s your most used word on facebook? You may have a rough idea but I’m sure you never thought about that. You must however be aware of the recent debates over facebook privacy and all. Well, let’s take advantage of the fact that facebook stores a lot of our personal data and we analyze ourselves.

Before we proceed I must tell you about Wolfram Alpha. It is a computational knowledge engine that was started a few years ago to provide facilities for complex data analysis.

Wolfram Alpha recently released an application that let’s you compute your facebook data. The application analyzes your data and presents a report with some neat graphs & tables. This will give an idea about your activities on facebook and the way you are connected to people. The application is available here: Wolfram|Alpha Personal Analytics.

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