19 January - 1 February 2015
Put yourself on court with ReturnServe. From analysing returns on the court to measuring social sentiment. Data is a game changer. IBM.
Put yourself on court with ReturnServe. From analysing returns on the court to measuring social sentiment. Data is a game changer. IBM.
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Welcome to the Australian Open Social Leaderboard, developed in partnership with IBM. The leaderboard tracks Twitter to determine the most popular players at Australian Open 2014. The more you tweet about your favourite player, the higher they climb on the social leaderboard. Tweets are also analysed to see how positive they are, providing a ‘Sentiment’ ranking.
  • Sort by TOTAL to see who is getting the most tweets.
  • Sort by SENTIMENT to see who is getting the most positive tweets.
  • Find out who is most popular on a DAILY basis or view the OVERALL total so far.
  • The VIEW STATISTICS section gives you an even deeper insight into major trends throughout each day.
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The day's biggest movers.

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