The Wolfram|Alpha 'Facebook Report' Displays Data of Your Social Media

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Sep 10, 2012 • References: wolframalpha and blog.wolframalpha
Exciting with its self-analysis capabilities, the Wolfram|Alpha 'Facebook Report' displays social network data.

This application allows for users to get a thorough understanding of personal analytic data using Facebook. The Facebook Report allows you to view charts, graphs and infographics about your personal use of the social network. From a map of your friends' hometowns, to your most liked post, the results may be surprising and are certainly educational.

For me, the most interesting aspect of the application is the data displayed about my personal use of Facebook. A graph displays the amount of posted links, shared photos, statuses and uploaded videos. The notion of self-aware use will be useful for those who wish to optimize their social media outreach by showing where you must improve, and whether your use of the Facebook tool is benefiting you personally and professionally.