Best New Mashups: Vizualization Mashups Using Twitter, Twilio and Klout

Wendell Santos, February 24th, 2012

TwitterWith data being both more plentiful and accessible than ever, tools that help users quickly make sense of it become increasingly valuable. As expected, much of the data being used comes from social sites. We come across mashups that access this data and provide interesting ways of looking at it from influence circles, tweet impacts and search results. Here is a look at four that caught our attention.

Twitter Mosaic – Twitter search results displayed and updated in a mosaic of pictures. APIs used include: Twitter. More at our Twitter Mosaic profile.

Where Does My Tweet Go? – In a 2D or 3D view, WDMTG enables you to see who was reached and impacted by a tweet, and what role people played in the spread of information. APIs used include: Twitter. More at our Where Does My Tweet Go? profile.

BuzzData – BuzzData lets you share your data in a smarter, easier way. Instead of juggling versions and overwriting files, use BuzzData and enjoy a social network designed for data. APIs used include: Twilio. More at our BuzzData profile.

Hypertrout – Visualize people’s Klout circles of influence. Data is collected & computed by Klout and the Klout Rest API and displayed in graph. APIs used include: Klout. More at our Hypertrout profile.

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