Big Data needs a facelift to cut through the social noise

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Big Data is useless unless you can present it in ways to make sense of it. With all the noise in our social feeds, this presentation is aimed to visualize Facebook data (both B2B and B2C) to make it meaningful, actionable and insightful.

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  • http://www.maggiehosmcgrane.com/2011/08/revolution-or-evolution-rscon-final.html
  • June 14, 2012Personal channels are a multi-channel communications and sharing architecture like social networks, but are decentralized and protocol-based like email. Computer systems often begin as centralized systems because such architectures are easier to build and understand. After a time, they evolve to decentralized systems as the limitations of the centralized solution become apparent.Links between personal clouds—called a personal channel—can simplify, automate, filter, and protect communications in ways that have never been possible before. Personal channels combine the best features of email with the best features of social networks while eliminating key drawbacks of both. They will also introduce new levels of security, privacy, and control over personal data that will enable trusted relationship management between people and organizations everywhere.
  • http://techcrunch.com/2013/01/13/facebook-to-the-future/
  • Facebook Data Science: https://www.facebook.com/data?ref=ts&fref=ts
  • https://projects.invisionapp.com/share/KRB2V1QN#/4621671
  • https://projects.invisionapp.com/share/B9B3KV67
  • Big Data needs a facelift to cut through the social noise

    1. 1. Big data needs a facelift to cut through the social noise MinneAnalytics – 01/21/2013 t: @sk_shivani
    2. 2. Motivation80% of the learning we engage in is informal.
    3. 3. Data Vomit An overload of data where themeaning of data is lost on the users.
    4. 4. Social Trendshttp://www.maggiehosmcgrane.com/2011/08/revolution-or-evolution-rscon-final.html
    5. 5. Connecting Intelligencehttp://www.maggiehosmcgrane.com/2011/08/revolution-or-evolution-rscon-final.html
    6. 6. Personal Channelshttp://www.windley.com/archives/2012/06/personal_channels.shtml
    7. 7. Goal – Make data meaningful, actionable and insightful• Tasks – Who has posted in the last 24 hours? – Hide all brands and companies – View posts by type – videos, photos, links – Contextually relevant check-ins – Filter out posts by groups – Hide content you don’t want to seeOur visualization of FB:http://www.dasboom.com
    8. 8. Data Visualizations• Facebook Insights - Visualized
    9. 9. Thank You!• t: @sk_shivani• e: sk.shivani@gmail.com

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