Understand Your Facebook Ecosystem With Wolfram|Alpha

Sep 4, 2012 • 8:33 am | comments (8) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Search Engines
 

Wolfram|Alpha FacebookStephen Wolfram announced that they now let you analyze your Facebook data and history with Wolfram|Alpha Facebook Analytics.

It is pretty cool, but for some reason, it did not work for me.

You go to Wolfram|Alpha and search [facebook report] and then it asks you to analyze your data.

Wolfram|Alpha Facebook Analyze

After you click that, you have to grant access to Wolfram|Alpha to access your Facebook data and that is a couple steps but after you are done, it opens this loading screen.

Wolfram|Alpha Facebook Loading

For me, it went to about 63% and then went back to 0%, not sure why but just hung there.

If it worked, it would show where my friends are and how old they are:

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It would show me my posting activity in analytics form:

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And much more.

I wish it worked, I am curious how my Facebook stats look, despite me barely using it like a normal person.

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Comments:

Praveen Sharma

09/04/2012 01:25 pm

Anything like this for Twitter???

Brijesh Bhalodia

09/04/2012 01:30 pm

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Praveen Sharma

09/04/2012 03:58 pm

thnx Brijesh :)

Brandon

09/04/2012 04:52 pm

My favorite part was seeing a network of my friends, clustered together by mutual friendships.

SLight

09/04/2012 05:14 pm

Hi Barry, Not sure what is going on here but I'm seeing some pretty funny advertising on this page of your site. My machine is clean and I'm not seeing it anywhere else so pretty sure it's coming from your end. Here's a screenshot from my machine:

Barry Schwartz

09/04/2012 05:17 pm

I'll look into it. I don't manage the ads here.

SLight

09/04/2012 05:22 pm

It's now back to the normal ads for me. Those TLA ones were pretty horrendous. Not sure what happened there.

Alan

09/05/2012 12:56 am

Did everyone stop liking you at the same time?

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