About this project
Tweet X-Ray Pro
A Twitter analysis tool for the masses
We've released a product called Tweet X-Ray. We'd like to create a new version called Tweet X-Ray Pro which has extended capabilities. The none Pro version Tweet X-Ray currently does the following:-
Find out if someone is happy, sad, angry, calm, and what they talk about on Twitter.
Do any of these statements describe you?
1. You’re a busy business person who would like to know more about a person you’ve heard about or just met at a conference.
2. You’re a busy parent who’s concerned about your kids’ usage of social media.
3. You’re a single person who just met someone new, and you want to know more about him or her?
4. You’re an HR professional or recruiter who needs to screen many candidates each day, but don’t have enough time on your hands?
5. You’re someone who’s curious about how LadyGaga compares to Bill Gates or how Paul Allen compares to Bill Gates?
6. You’re a marketer who would like to understand target audiences better, but don't have the time to analysis each and every tweet.
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, we have a solution for you: Tweet X-Ray.
Tweet X-Ray analyzes a person’s tweets to paint a vivid picture of what that person talks about the most.
Here are some of the areas covered by Tweet X-Ray:
- Emotions -- for example, Happy, Sad, Angry, Calm
- Tweet subjects -- these are the six top topics discussed in this person’s tweets, for example work, politics, religion, technology, music, sports, cars, and so on
- Insults and foul language – this is an analysis and listing of words that might be considered insults or are generally considered foul language
Once Tweet X-Ray finishes analyzing someone’s tweets, it displays bar graphs to show how much a person talks about various topics.
Current versions of Tweet X-Ray can be found here:-
What this project (Tweet X-Ray Pro) is about?
What's we'd like to do is write a Pro version of Tweet X-Ray that will do the following:-
Expand the categories of analysis. This will add:-
For none Twitter data, allow the pasting of a text to be analyzed in an input area. This could be used for any type of text:-
- Incoming e-mails:- Analyze someone's lengthy e-mails
- Text of a speech given by officials, CEOs, and public figures
- Transcribed phone calls
- An out going e-mail:- Before you send a flame e-mail, analyze it, to make sure that it does not come across the wrong way (Too aggressive, or angry)
- If we exceed the amount then these are some of the features on the table. Supporters can vote on and ask for other features:-
- Historical browsing of analysis results
- Integration with other social networks e.g. Facebook, Linked-In
- Translation of none English text and Tweets
- Offer analysis via a web service
1-We'd like to find out if this is a project worth pursuing and if there is enough interest in it. It wouldn't be wise to invest weeks and months developing this, and then find out there is no interest in it.
2-Quality of feedback:- People who choose to back this project would have access to early betas (on most platforms), and will be able to give us valuable feedback on the project. This is also allows us to have a fairly large and diverse beta group.
3-Quantity of feedback:- The number of people from Kickstarter and who can help us beta test, would be much higher that the number of beta testers we can find outside.
*Please note that access to the Beta builds is limited to Windows and MAC OSX platforms.
*iOS builds are only accessible via iTunes when Apple approves the released version of the Tweet X-Ray Pro.
*Customized messages for backers $50 or more is guaranteed on Windows and MAC OSX platforms, but only possible on iOS if Apple approves Tweet X-Ray Pro.
Have a question? If the info above doesn't help, you can ask the project creator directly.
- (25 days)