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January 06, 2011

Humanities Conference Smackdown! AHA vs MLA Twitter Visualizers

What a weekend for humanist scholars - two big annual conferences under way - the American Historical Association (AHA) Boston and the Modern Language Association (MLA)  LA. I thought it would be interesting to create two visualizers to follow the key words being used in Tweets from both conferences. Watch the memes emerge! The first shows the word frequency of tweets using the hashtag #aha2011 and second follows the hashtag #mla11

(1/13/11 Note) Since these visualizations are time sensitive, I have posted screen shot versions of each. For the next few weeks you can click on link to live versions.

AHA Twitter Visualization
Direct link to a live visualization


MLA Twitter Visualization 
Direct link to live visualization


Hat tip to Twitter StreamGraphs - @JeffClark


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