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Revise the tweet cloud

The tweet cloud on Twitter Grader is a bit sad... Compare http://tweetstats.com/graphs/DearRobot#tcloud with the one generated by grader: http://twitter.grader.com/dearrobot

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      • @diegofmeijide@diegofmeijide commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The words EL/la/ los/ las/de .... are in fact articles and prepositions... so... the tweet cloud doesn´t means anything cause they don´t show a guideline of the conversations.

      • jonasjonas commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The update of the ranking is the problem, for example Twitter Elite By Location: Brasília, DF, Brazil. Shows people without twiter, a long time.

      • severalseveral commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Tweet Cloud needs help. Mine (slseveral) shows this: "#p2 :-) ff ha rt time watch" which is so woefully inaccurate as to be laughable. Otherwise Twitter Grader is really interesting!

      • hdanzigehdanzige commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I agree about the comparison, but I don't love TweetStats' tag cloud either. Thre are way too many noise words in there. Should rip out noise words + adjectives + @handles, etc.

      • AdiseoAdiseo commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        that is an interesting point. A tweak to an application fortunately or unfortunately makes a massive different to the overall experience or in this case, the outcome

      • mlainemlaine commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        agree with DearRobot. tweetstats rocks! maybe a joint venture or buy his code/hire him or something. he's got other tools/data sets that would be cool to integrate into grader.

        But this goes to the other question on tweetcloud... yours is for a limited data set. it's obvously recent number (x) of tweets, and not a complete scan. let us know the difference between the 2 types, please.

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