Keyboard shortcuts for mind map tool controls
For the Tweet Reply Map, with the mind map visualizer, the controls now have keyboard shortcuts.
- [C] - Center view
- [F] - Freeze
- [U] - Untangle
New tool: User Followers
The idea of this tool is that it's an easy way to get a list of followers that you can copy and paste into a spreadsheet. That allows you to compare the list with prior versions of it, to see things like:
- Who unfollowed the account
- Who refollowed the account
- Who changed their name and to what
More Tweet Reply Map improvements
For the mind map visualizer:
- Better, more stable, more performant diagram
- Diagram now created in a more ordered state
- New "Untangle" button
Tweet Reply Map updates
New features and improvements for the mind map visualization:
- Items entering the diagram are now less disruptive
- New expandable control panel at right side of screen
- New "freeze" button
- New "center view" button
Fallacy Bot working again
Fallacy Bot got re-enabled.
Visit the Fallacy page
for more info.
Fallacy Bot offline
Fallacy Bot got shut down, though I'm waiting for a response to a support ticket. I hope they re-enable the permission. It was off to a great start.
Fallacy Bot is now running. It's a Twitter account that will reply to a Tweet with a fallacy hashtag with the definition of the fallacy.
Visit the Logical Fallacies page
to see the table of fallacies and hashtags. There are 139!
Tweet Reply Mind Map
The mind map visualization is working. Visit the Tweet Reply Map page for more info, and to use it.
The Tweet Reply Map takes a Tweet URL and visualizes all the replies and subreplies like a hierarchical, radial tree diagram.
The other visualization offered on the Tweet Reply Map page is a "simple tree," which offers better performance, and so is a better choice for Tweets with thousands of replies.