Personal Analytics for Facebook
If you ever wonder about your posting history, commenting history, rate at which you do either, what time of day you’re active, who your friends are, how you interact with each other, where they’re located throughout the world, how they’re connected with each other, what type of relationships they’re in, what type of connections they have both in and outside of your network, and you’d like all this presented to you visually, do visit Wolfram Alpha and give their Personal Analytics for Facebook a spin. 

Personal Analytics for Facebook

If you ever wonder about your posting history, commenting history, rate at which you do either, what time of day you’re active, who your friends are, how you interact with each other, where they’re located throughout the world, how they’re connected with each other, what type of relationships they’re in, what type of connections they have both in and outside of your network, and you’d like all this presented to you visually, do visit Wolfram Alpha and give their Personal Analytics for Facebook a spin

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