Enhanced Perception

Basic charts don't scale. We empower people to more easily understand complex situations by designing profoundly visual information systems. Here are some examples from our blog below.

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Following the Twitter Emotions of #Debate2016

Rob Harper, Phil Laliberte
September 28, 2016

While sentiment analysis on Twitter data has become commonplace, Uncharted’s Richard Brath got us thinking about going deeper and looking at the emotional content.

The Game within a Game
Superbowl Marketing Retweets

Richard Brath
June 16, 2016

We’ve been looking at characteristics of break-out tweets and memes. All memes are NOT the same. One interesting approach is to use our Salt library to plot time (horizontally) and number of retweets (vertically).

Twitter Talks Trump
Visualizing the most popular Trump-related tweets

Rob Harper & Sean McIntyre
March 3, 2016

Last summer we began tracking tweets that mention Donald Trump in preparation for our talk at Strata NY. We’ve continued monitoring the topic and, as of March 3rd 2016, we’ve processed over 91 million tweets.

Trump Climbs Primary Mountain
Everyone's tweeting Trump leading up to Super Tuesday

Richard Brath
March 1, 2016

In our ongoing analysis of tweets about Donald Trump we pulled together 27 million tweets in the month of February from 3.7 million unique users. It seems like everyone is joining the conversation in different ways.

Two Days of Trump in Iowa
2 million tweets, 700 thousand voices

Rob Harper
February 5, 2016

Last summer we began tracking tweets that mention Donald Trump in preparation for our talk at Strata NY. At the time it looked like things were only going to get more interesting so we kept watching and, as of Feb 1, we’d processed over 59 million tweets. With the Iowa caucus last week it seemed like a good time to revisit some of our earlier analysis.