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As a data scientist, I spend a lot of time analyzing how our users interact with WordPress.com. However, WordPress.com isn’t the only place to gain insight into how people use and talk about our services. Many WordPress.org and WordPress.com discussions take place on social media. Analyzing these discussions can help us understand what our users are … Continue reading A Brand Image Analysis of WordPress and Automattic on Twitter
If you have read our analysis on the communities of WordPress.com and would like to know more about the methods behind it, then keep on reading! In this -- slightly more technical -- post, I will show how we constructed, filtered, projected, and clustered a network around WordPress.com users and blogs. Building the Network of … Continue reading Network Science at Automattic: Mapping the Communities of WP.com — Methodology
WordPress.com is home to hundreds of millions of sites, a place to produce and discover content. Logging in, you're automatically taken to the Reader, where you'll find a stream of posts from sites you follow or that we've recommended for you. You can like, reblog, or comment on these posts. If you're inspired, you can choose to publish a … Continue reading Network Science at Automattic: Mapping the Communities of WP.com