Analyze your Facebook data with new WolframAlpha tool
WolframAlpha, the computational search engine has released a new tool which will take all your Facebook data and put it through the ringer and spit out some really detailed information about your Facebook activities, including those of your friends on the social network.
You may recognize WolframAlpha if you have an iPhone, or have seen articles about Siri. Apple uses WolframAlpha to tap into their database when you use Siri. In a new project that founder Stephen Wolfram has finished and released to the public, you can analyze all your Facebook data using the search engine.
It’s quite simple to do also. Just go to WolframAlpha website and type in “Facebook Report”. It will ask to sync to your Facebook, accept and you’re done. You will get a whole bunch of interesting stats, historical information, friend information, links, photos, and video information. It’s quite interesting to see how much data can be pulled from the Facebook open graph.
Here is some data pulled from my report shown below. This combined with Klout and Google Analytics should provide users and website owners with a lot of information for their online activities.