These aerial tweet maps reveal information and user data about the way New Yorkers and Londoners tweet. The information highlighted in the maps reveals the most common languages people tweet in in these cities.
The detailed tweet map was created by James Chesire, Ed Manley and John Barratt of 'Fast Company Design.' The map shows their accumulated data of 8.5 million tweets which were collected over a three-year time period from January 2010 to Febraury 2013.
The beautiful images reveal that Spanish is by far the most popular language that New Yorkers tweeted in, followed by Portuguese and Japanese.
The creators of the social media mapping device commented on the multilingual results of the Midtown in New York and said it was: "like a someone spilled a jar of confetti across the island."
Stats for Aerial Tweet Maps
Trending: Older & Warm
Research: 3,399 clicks in 161 w
Interest: 1 minutes
Concept: Tweet Maps
Related: 66 examples / 51 photos
Segment: Males, 18-55+
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