Visualizing Meaning and Seeing Sentiment

information aesthetics (where form follows data) continues to provide insight and leadership on information visualization.   I like the current post highlighting Pecha Kucha's presentation at Ignite Salt Lake (see below) with Mattias Shapiro discussing how different data visualization techniques can be used to determine what particular datasets are telling us.

In the Conversation / Attention / Engagement Economy, conversation analytics will become increasingly important.  Being able to quickly visualize meaning and see the sentiment of the conversations we engage will be extremely valuable to users and to brands.

  

 

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