Posts Tagged ‘Data Visualization’

Keyword Combinations with Maxhire’s Search Results Matrix

May 13th, 2009 by Livingston 0

With all the news today surrounding Google’s new product launches (Google Squared, Google Options and Sky Map for Android), it reminded me of a very interesting search feature from the Maxhire product suite.
Like most Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), Maxhire was loaded with bells and whistles, and at times these options cluttered the most basic and [...]

Twitterfall – Monitoring Twitter’s Public Timeline

March 30th, 2009 by Livingston 0

Summize.com (now search.twitter.com) lets you search the billions of tweets out there through a number of search operators.  It also provides real time updates for a single search.  This means that if people have tweeted since your last search, the results will refresh with more results that fit your query.
For those users that are either [...]

Text Cloud Resumes and Job Descriptions

December 8th, 2008 by Livingston 0

I think it’s fair to say that updating your own resume is a grueling task. Perhaps this is the reason some individuals stay at the same job for decades.  Formatting, font, content and layout all play a big part in the overall presentation of a resume.  Once you think you’ve got it right, hours are [...]

Sourcing Skill Sets with State Statistics

December 2nd, 2008 by Livingston 0

There was recently a post on the Alley Insider referencing State Stats, a site that compares keyword search tendencies by state.  AI explores current keywords in the digital space including ‘facebook’, ‘Mark Zuckerburg’, ‘Jerry Yang’, ‘Iphone’, etc.  State Stats compares the relative-rate of search queries across the US, and users can examine the correlation of [...]

Org Chart Data Visualization and more..

November 24th, 2008 by Livingston 0

There’s been a lot of blogging activity recently on the topic of Data Visualization across social networks.  Facebook shared a video yesterday that shows the interaction of Facebook users across the globe.  (Skip to the middle for the good stuff)  Mashable also listed a few videos, they’re not your typical pie chart.
This reminds me of [...]