In the days leading up to and following the election, there have been many articles about the role of Big Data in the election. Here are just a few: How Big Data Could Determine the Winner of Today’s Election – Huffington Post Inside the Secret World of the Data Crunchers Who Helped Obama Win – […]
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As with every presidential election, reporters, media and analysts try to predict who will be the next commander-in-chief. With the use of our Social Media Monitor and Deep Web Harvester, we also joined in the political forecast by monitoring and analyzing tweets that were sent before, during and after each of the three presidential debates. […]
Tomorrow is election day and we have compiled the Twitter data we collected with our Social Media Monitor and Deep Web Harvester in the swing states of Iowa and Ohio from the three debates. See which candidate was most talked about before, during and after the debates and who was most talked about overall in […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a recent CNN article published these stats from the American Cancer Society. “According to the latest data from the American Cancer Society, death rates from breast cancer among U.S. women have gone down 2.2% each year between 1990 and 2007, with larger declines among women younger than 50. […]
The third and final debate is in the books and compared to the first and second debates, the conversation was less active. Obama was more discussed before the debate but Romney improved the most, coming out on top during the debate in terms of Twitter mentions.
A new theme in the healthcare industry is “translational research.” Translational research is defined as work intended to move quickly from laboratory to patient, directly affecting patient care. Through translational research, laboratory and clinical scientists collaborate and draw conclusions from the same pool of data; this collaboration strengthens the connection between the two distinct areas […]
During the three hours of the debate, we monitored the most popular words. Wow, not for virgin eyes. Apparently, there was some bubbling anger as seen in the debate’s word cloud for Twitter users in Ohio mentioning Romney or Obama:
While the news outlets dissect who won the second presidential debate, we decided to crunch the numbers on who enjoyed the biggest Twitter momentum ahead of the debate. We take a look at two of the important swing states of Ohio and Iowa and found that Obama enjoyed a boost in mentions and positive words. Take a look:
Eleven years ago, BrightPlanet coined the term “Deep Web” to describe Internet databases not reached by surface web crawlers like Google, Bing, or Yahoo. However, there continues to be confusion between the Deep Web and the Dark Web. There are major differences between the two terms; Deep Web and Dark Web should NOT be used interchangeably.
Who won the presidential debate? We monitored tweets in Ohio and Iowa and compared the results to see who won according to the Twitterverse. See the surprising results.