The Quantified Self Europe Conference 2014 had shown some activity on Twitter, as expected. 156 different people twittered using the #qseu14 tag. Nevertheless the absolute number of #qseu14-tweets slightly declined to ~1100 in 2014 from ~1700 in 2013.
The Twitter-activity, again hardly surprising, was higher on Saturday:
A nice hint on the socializing quality of the event gives the proportion of tweets sent as replies, which was higher on Sunday; maybe thus showing the more personal conversations. The connections between the conference are shown in this network graph:
Two twitterers are clearly standing out: Number one again is Whitney Erin Boesel (@weboesel) with 196 tweets, almost reaching her last year’s count of 221 (then twittering under the nick of @phenatypical); number two is me (@jbenno) with 133 tweets, which means I have more than doubled, even if I had been the second highest scoring participant then, too.
Here’s an easy overview of the most common words with stopwords removed:
And these are the idioms: the most common trigrams (=three consequtive words):
I will post thoughts and impressions that I took home from #qseu14 soon, too.
- Here is my post from #qseu13:
- Datarella People: Max Gotzler, Basketballer & Entrepreneur
- Datarella People: Dan Berglund, Senior Developer at Narrative
- Quantified Self and Philosophy. Our Session at the QSEU14 Conference
Other posts regarding the Quantified Self Europe Conference 2014 on this blog: