Digital Tools and Resources

MIT Media Lab Tool Lets Anyone Visualize Unwieldy Government Data


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Duke University Libraries Visualization Types

 

Tulp Interactive

 

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Aurasma Studio

 

G-SPEAK

 

(Free) | Track how many people are talking about you, who’s talking, and what they’re saying. You can search through a tweet archive for URLs sent via Twitter, including results for full URL links, shortened URLs, and URLs without the “www” prefix.

 

(Free and $) | An app that manages multiple Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn accounts, with the ability to set a tweeting or updating schedule unique to each. Includes detailed analytics for all your posts.

 

(Free and $) | A social media management system that enables teams to collaboratively execute campaigns across multiple social networks from one dashboard. Includes audience identification tools, the ability to streamline workflow, and custom reports.

 

(Free) | A free resource for brand monitoring, it taps the Web, blogs, Twitter, and Facebook, and delivers easy-to-read results in one page.A tool that finds the influencers in your audience so you can target and empower them to become advocates for your brand.


(Free) | Similar to Klout but focusing only on the Pinterest, it measures the how people share images about your brand and the influence that results.


(Free) | A real-time social media search and analysis platform that aggregates user-generated content from Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed, YouTube, Digg, Google,  etc. into a single stream.

 

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