Martin Pasquier

Explorer and experimenter of social media, digital, and IRL stuff - Now in Singapore







Data Archives - Martin Pasquier

Google tools for journalists: search, gather, and tell the story!

Published January 18, 2013

Going to NTU (Nanyang Technological University) in Singapore is quite an adventure, but reaching it after an hour and a half of transportation was worth it. Google showcased a few but efficient tricks and

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Playing with data #2 : Engagement, contents and fans on Facebook (Netvizz/Gephi)

Published November 25, 2012

As I just finished my first Coursera MOOC on “Social Network Analysis” (a BIG thanks and congrats to Lada Adamic, our professor on 8 intense weeks of data-tweaking), I wanted to try a few things

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Mapping a conversation : who's the key tweeps of a one-day conference in Singapore ?

Playing with data #1 : Facebook friends and Twitter conversation in Singapore

Published September 28, 2012

You’ve probably seen some samples of what I’d call “social data-mining” on tech sites and blogs. Usually, you feel like you’re in front of a spaghetti bowl that would have met Captain Fluo in

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The Singaporean Leisure blogosphere revealed !

Published September 11, 2012

We hear a lot about conversation, social media, community, but scarcely you have a visualization that allows you to see and understand what it looks like. We more or less intuitively know that conversation

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Brands, “sound mapping” and experiential marketing on social media

Published June 19, 2012

Paris is busy these days with its digital world festival, known as Futur en Seine. A kind of broader SXSW, where anyone interested in 3D printing, connected cities, open-data or API games can come,

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How to value big data ? Methodological issues and a glance at the future

Published May 23, 2012

Everyone has data, and we’re many to talk about them. But how can we monetize, or at least value social media data ? Here’s a few ideas given by companies as well as researchers

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