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It’s here folks. The most advanced aggregation and visualisation of tweets for the JISC Innovating e-Learning 2012 online conference taking place next week. Over two years ago I started developing a Google Spreadsheet to archive tweets and since not only have I been evolving the code I’ve been creating tools which use the spreadsheet as a data source. It’s pleasing to see these tools being used for a wide range of projects from citizen journalism,  to a long list of academics, students and community groups, and even TV broadcasters.

I’ve been a little remise in posting some of the latest developments and I’ll have to cover those soon. For now here’s your #jiscel12 Twitter basecamp.  

Overview of features

 #jiscel12 Twitter basecamp

Whilst I probably just looks like another spreadsheet you should explore:

A. The ability to easily filter archive by person

The ability to easily filter archive by person
[Still need to document]

B. The TAGSExplorer conversation overview

TAGSExplorer conversation overview
[TAGSExplorer: Interactively visualising Twitter conversations archived from a Google Spreadsheet]

C. The entire searchable/filterable archive

entire searchable/filterable archive
[Still need to document]

D. The question and answer filter

question and answer filter
[Any Questions? Filtering a Twitter hashtag community for questions and responses]

Dashboard

image[Contains a number of summaries – I find ‘most RTs in last 24hrs’ one of the most useful (how this works also need documenting]

Currently these are automatically updating every hour, but I’ll probably crank up the frequency next week. Your thought on these always gratefully received ;)