What is Visually Create?
Visual.ly Create allows you to automatically generate infographics based on data from your Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Three infographics can be generated using Twitter data:
Two infographics can be generated using Facebook data:
For each infographic, multiple themes are available. Themes are like skins that allow you generate the same infographic with a different appearance, including different colors, fonts and overall style.
What are you building next?
The automated infographic generation tool will be expanded to include wider selection of input data beyond Twitter and Facebook . More themes will be created to give a wider selection of visual styles for infographics.
Will more types of data be made available?
Yes. Follow us on Twitter @visually to get updates.
Can you create infographics using my data?
Please get in touch with us here about automating infographics for your data.
I’m having trouble generating infographics.
Use the feedback tab on the right side of the page to tell us about the problem, or reach us on the contact page.
HOW TO INTERPRET THE INFOGRAPHICS
Input a hashtag such as #SXSW and this infographic will visualize the number of times that the hashtag appeared in the past 30 days, as well as identify some influential Twitter accounts that mentioned the hashtag.
A hashtag “appears” or is “mentioned” any time a Twitter user creates a tweet containing the hashtag. The total number of appearance per day is graphed. The number of appearances on the first day, peak day, and last day in the 30-day period are highlighted. If a hashtag is either winding down or ramping up, the peak day may coincide with either the first or last day in the range.
Influential Twitter accounts mentioning the hashtag are identified on the first day, the peak day, and the last day in the 30 day period. Influence is determined by the number of people following a given account.
Twitter accounts identified as Top Influencers are accounts that created the most positive or negative tweet content based on sentiment analysis. These are accounts that used strong language alongside the hashtag.
For all of these measurements, a higher value is better.
Followers: The number of Twitter accounts subscribed to the account in question
Follower to Following Ratio: Indicates popularity. Measures how effectively the account gets followers without having to follow back. An account with 5,000 followers and following 500 other accounts would have a ratio of 10:1.
Tweet Engagement (Mentions, last 4 weeks): A raw measure of how many people are talking with or about the Twitter user. The number of times per week in the past month that the account has been mentioned in a tweet.
Mentions per Tweet: Indicates the effectiveness of individual tweets in generating mentions. This number compares the number of times the account has been mentions with the number of times the account has tweeted.
Tweet Timing: Shows frequency of tweets throughout the week. Counts the number of times that an account tweets each day in increments of two hours.
Facebook Page Insider
Impressions: These are views. Represents the total number of views of any piece of content.
Engagements: These are clicks. Represents the number of clicks on any content or action.
Stories: This is the name that Facebook gives to actions including likes, shares, and comments.
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