10 digital tools to use in research

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A collection of 10 digital tools you could use to support or optimize your research.

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10 digital tools to use in research

  1. 1. 10 Digital tools to use in researchher fields otor @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  2. 2. These slides will be twitter focussed - Why? • Twitter has open data. • Twitter gets you connected. • With good use, Twitter can optimize your research. @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  3. 3. #1 Twitters advanced search - Use it! • Great source for opinions, whishes, dreams and thoughts. • A quick look in to a particular field or subject. • Lots of operators like location, language or exact phrases. • Get quotes from users, experts, companies or officials. Click for Twitter Search @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  4. 4. #2 Twilerts - Daily search results per mail • If you don’t have the time to keep watching a search... • Twilert will mail your search results. • Everyday on a time you specified. • Advanced parameters possible aswell. Click for Twiltert @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  5. 5. #3 Brandlisten - Cluster and export search results • Cluster your search results on sentiment. • See the most common words in your search. • Export your data to an excell or PDF. • You can specify what to export. Click for Brandlisten @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  6. 6. #4 The Archivist - Archive search results • Makes an archive of the 500 latest tweets in your search. • See which day generates the most tweets. • See who is creating the buzz, who to contact? • Get to know the context around your search results. Click for The Archivist @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  7. 7. #5 Tweriod - When to tweet? • Know when you reach the most people. • Good to know for questions. • ...a call to recruit respondents. • Or to inform the most people on a specific moment. Click for Tweriod @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  8. 8. #6 Buffer - Scheduling tweets • Schedule, make a buffer and use it. • Lets you inform study subjects on specific moments. • You could give a different assignment each day. • Keep informing about your project even when your away. Click for Buffer @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  9. 9. #7 If This Then That - Make your digital logics • Connect almost every digital service and automates it. • If subject tweets “B completed” then tweet assignment C. • If subject tweets photo with #food, upload photo to dropbox. • Use your logic, it could be a great use for your project! Click for IFTT @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  10. 10. #8 Mentionmapp - Get to know people on Twitter • See the latest activity of an expert, user or others. • Click, click, click and get connected with relevant people. • See what a person is tweeting about a lot lately. • Gives you a good snapshot of who a person is. Click for Mentionmapp @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  11. 11. #9 ThinkUp - Making your own tweet database • Your tweets in your database. • But every reaction aswell! • Twitter surveys gets a lot easier to analyse. • Analyse and improve your own Twitter activity. Click for ThinkUp @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  12. 12. #10 Touchatag - Connecting physical to digital • Enrich physical objects with digital sensors. • Place readers around subjects per example a desk. • Let the subject scan a card or cup with every coffee. • If sensor scanned then tweet “Subject A drinking coffee.” • Then collect data with ThinkUp, including timestamps. Click for Touchatag @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11
  13. 13. Please let me know if... • Something is missing. • You liked it. :) • Got feedback. • Or want to know more. @Dirrik_Ezaterdag 17 december 11

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