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Most Discussed Avengers Characters on twitter for the movie The Avengers
Data compiled from http://www.twitter.com
Note: Embedding a live chart needs a Dataweave Account and API Key
Using the twitter streaming API, we collected all tweets for the keyword "avengers" for a period of 15 days between 25th April, 2012 and 9th May, 2012. This plot is a bubble chart depicting the most important characters in the movie.
These diagrams have been generated using d3.js. The data source is http://www.twitter.com.
Hashtag analysis for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (ZNMD). Data collected from twitter and visualized using a tag cloud.
Visualize the occurrences of earthquakes superimposed on a world map using a choropleth map framework.
The GDP (in US $), population and life expectancy at birth in emerging economies of the world (with the US as a reference) are compared as shown in this interactive visualization.
Visualization shows number of books for which a store is cheapest.