Grexit stage left: visualizing the online discussion around Greece’s possible Euro exit

  While Tsipras and his Syriza coalition have been busy in Greek parliament, the Internet has been a-buzz with speculation that their platform will result in a Greek exit from the Euro currency.  This prospect, affectionately dubbed “Grexit” by Citi in February, has been making the rounds on Twitter under the hashtag #grexit.  We think the amount of traffic on this hashtag is a good representation of market fear; by measuring and analyzing this traffic, we can help businesses quantify their political and currency risk in real-time.

  The Twitter visualizations below are a sneak peek of Twitter research reports produced in partnership with Solid Logic Inc.  These reports are produced with a combination of R, ggplot2, gephi, Pentaho, and skilled writers, in just the right blend.  When the magic is done, you get:

  • Professionally written executive summaries of conditions, trends, and actors.
  • An analysis of important actors in the space.
  • A list of important, related concepts.
  • Charts that summarize this information for easy consumption and presentation.
  • And, last but not least, data for you to keep!
Time series of tweets on #grexit

Time series of tweets on #grexit

Top Twitter Users for #grexit

Top Twitter Users for #grexit

  Sound useful to you?  Interested in a free, sample report for the hashtag of your choosing?  Drop us a line and we’ll arrange a trial.

  P.S. Spend some time checking out Solid Logic, a great firm based in Birmingham, MI.  I’ll be spending more time working with Eric and the team there to build some exciting products.  Stay tuned for more on this front in the next month.

CEO and Founder of Bommarito Consulting. View Michael's profile here.

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