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Wolfram Alpha now allows you to analyse your Facebook activity :)

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ei8hty5ive2y, 10m agoPosted 2 years, 10 months ago
It showed me I used it most at the first half of 2011, average 1.3 likes per comment and 1.4 replies per comment. It also shows I have hardly used it since 2011 2nd half and has analysed who has contributed the most on my Page!

As I mentioned, I hardly use Facebook any more but it's a cool feature. Download the fb app on Wolfram Alpha and try it yourself!
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ei8hty5ive2y, 10m agoPosted 2 years, 10 months ago
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ei8hty5ive#1
Obviously the cooler kids would have a better comment/like ratio than mine :D

Here's the link...

http://www.wolframalpha.com/



Edited By: ei8hty5ive on Sep 02, 2012 08:03
bluntmachetti#2
Not quite the same as 'googling' yourself
ei8hty5ive#3
bluntmachetti
Not quite the same as 'googling' yourself

Much more detailed and concise.
longbowassassin#4
never got into the facebook thing.
Ennui#5
ei8hty5ive
bluntmachetti
Not quite the same as 'googling' yourself
Much more detailed and concise.
And inaccurate.

I haven't looked at the Facebook stuff you're referring to but I've tried Wolfram search a few times, despite my aversion to its self-regarding creator ("a new kind of arrogant") and compared to the awesome Google, it sucks.

Edited By: Ennui on Sep 02, 2012 10:31: ...
Ennui#6
I just had another go on it to see if it was better since I last tried it.

I entered a phrase, it came back slooooooooowly with a nicely formatted, detailed and concise summary of a completely different subject with no immediately obvious clicky way of saying "no, Wolfram, you are completely wrong.".
bluntmachetti#7
Had a play around myself and its pretty fun, of course I wont link to my facebook though as I usually dont like to link search engines to my personal info.

Checked my google profile the other day for things I had searched for in the past year and even I think i'm a weirdo
ei8hty5ive#8
Ennui
ei8hty5ive
bluntmachetti
Not quite the same as 'googling' yourself
Much more detailed and concise.
And inaccurate.

I haven't looked at the Facebook stuff you're referring to but I've tried Wolfram search a few times, despite my aversion to its self-regarding creator ("a new kind of arrogant") and compared to the awesome Google, it sucks.

Wolfram is a weird one, it seems to work quite well with dates and numbers but not much good as a 'search engine'. I'm not really sure how to use it! The Facebook thing is pretty good though...
bluntmachetti#9
ei8hty5ive
Ennui
ei8hty5ive
bluntmachetti
Not quite the same as 'googling' yourself
Much more detailed and concise.
And inaccurate.

I haven't looked at the Facebook stuff you're referring to but I've tried Wolfram search a few times, despite my aversion to its self-regarding creator ("a new kind of arrogant") and compared to the awesome Google, it sucks.

Wolfram is a weird one, it seems to work quite well with dates and numbers but not much good as a 'search engine'. I'm not really sure how to use it! The Facebook thing is pretty good though...

Wrote a similar post and deleted it after testing with some plain text searches. You can search company CEOs and the fastest router from town A to town B
Ennui#10
ei8hty5ive
Ennui
ei8hty5ive
bluntmachetti
Not quite the same as 'googling' yourself
Much more detailed and concise.
And inaccurate.

I haven't looked at the Facebook stuff you're referring to but I've tried Wolfram search a few times, despite my aversion to its self-regarding creator ("a new kind of arrogant") and compared to the awesome Google, it sucks.

Wolfram is a weird one, it seems to work quite well with dates and numbers but not much good as a 'search engine'. I'm not really sure how to use it! The Facebook thing is pretty good though...
Yes, I'm not clear either exactly what its purpose is - looking into it it says in the Wikipedia page it answers queries rather than providing a list of possible answers, so I was expecting something it doesn't set out to provide.

Given how slow it is, the lack of alternatives is possibly partly due to lack of processing resources as much as an overconfidence in its ability.

But I guess I should allow for the "alpha" in its name...

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