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Amazing analysis of 500m Tweet by SGI Global in an attempt to monitor the heartbeat of a nation in real time in terms of their feelings and sentiment. In this case, the outcome of their voting preferences in the US presidential election in 2012.
November 19, 2012 in SocialMedia, Society | Permalink
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