Your google sheets offer a great opportunity for academics and SEO professionals alike to understand how really twitter works.
HOwever, I must admit, I have great trouble in working with the visualisation tool you have created using D3.js. This is a guess a limitation of 3D itself, but to move beyond this, I was wondering if you could do something to make sure the twitter archives can be exported to GEPHI. This is IMHO a much more dedicated tool to explore data significance than D3.js.
I have tried myself to export .cvs and import in GEPHI, but I get stuck… can you help ?
Can you create a feature which makes the export flawless ?
Thanks for reading
Export to GEXF format like flocker.outliers.es does would be amazing, so that anyone can play with the data with another tool of their choice. it also allows data scientist to experiment different layout to visualise the data outside of Browser based limitations.
Would be great to be able to export the data itself, with or without mentions, retweets etc..