Statistics

The statistics are carried out on the results of the research. For a user to be included in the statistics, he must therefore belong to the selected source and verify both the criterion and the filter.

By default, a summary is displayed. To change the statistics to display, simply choose the one you want from the drop-down list:

Here are the statistics available at the moment:

Summarizes in a few figures the result of the research:

With the exception of the number of users, all data are averages on all users found.

Followers count

Displays the distribution of the number of followers of the users found.

This graph shows the percentage of users with a number of followers not exceeding a given amount. For example, in the chart above, we see that just under 40% of users have no more than 1000 followers. By moving your mouse over the graph, you get more precise figures:

An interesting indicator, better than the average (see Summary) which is strongly influenced by extreme values, is the median. You can get an approximation by positioning the mouse cursor as close as possible to the point of the curve corresponding to a percentage of 50%. In our example, the closest point corresponds to a number of followers of 2000, which means that about half of the users found have less than 2000 followers and the other half has more:

Followings count

Displays the distribution of the number of followings of the users found.

The principle is the same as for followers.

Listed count

Displays the distribution of the number of lists (of which the user is a member) of the users found.

The principle is the same as for followers.

Followers/Followings ratio

Displays the distribution of the subscribers/subscribers ratio of the users found

The principle is the same as for followers.

Tweets count

Displays the distribution of the number of Tweets of the users found.

The principle is the same as for followers.

Likes count

Displays the distribution of the number of likes of the users found.

The principle is the same as for followers.

Statuses per day average

Displays the distribution of the average number of Tweets per day of the users found.

The principle is the same as for followers.

Gender

Displays how users are distributed in terms of gender:

The gender is not part of the information provided by Twitter, so it is obtained thanks to an algorithm that is based on the information of the profile. Such an algorithm can not be 100% reliable and can not always conclude in favor of one gender over another. As a result, the distribution is approximate and is calculated only on users whose gender could be determined.

Language

Displays how users are distributed in terms of language:

Languages representing less than 1% of users are grouped under Others.

The language is determined according to the configuration of the user's account and does not always correspond to the language that the user uses to Tweet.

Country

Displays how users are distributed in terms of country:

Countries representing less than 1% of users are grouped under Others.

The country is not part of the information provided by Twitter, so it is obtained thanks to an algorithm that is based on the information of the profile. Such an algorithm can not be 100% reliable and can not always conclude in favor of one country or another. As a result, the distribution is approximate and is calculated only on users whose country was determined.

Time offset

Displays how users are distributed in terms of time zone:

The offsets shown are relative to the time of your computer.

The data provided by Twitter does not always contain the time zone. Moreover, since this is data supplied by the user, it is not necessarily exact.

Verified account

Indicates the proportion of verified accounts:

Profile image

Indicates the proportion of accounts that have customized their profile image:

Description

Indicates the proportion of accounts that have entered a description:

Pro website

Indicates the proportion of accounts that reported a professional website (as opposed to a Facebook page for example):

As for the gender or the country, the type of website is determined by an algorithm that is not 100% safe. This statistic is therefore approximate.

Hashtags

Gives the list of the 100 most used hashtags in the descriptions.

Mentions

Gives the list of the 100 most used mentions in the descriptions.

The following statistics make it possible to monitor the evolution of certain data over time. By default, the graph shows the evolution over the last month. You can move in time by dragging the mouse towards the horizontally with the left button pressed. You can also zoom in with the mouse wheel.

Followers count progression

Displays the evolution of the number of followers of the work account in the users found:

The previous example was obtained by searching all users of the working account community. It therefore corresponds well to the evolution of the number of subscribers of the account.

But you can also see the evolution of the number of subscribers of a certain type. For example, if you use the Verified account filter to perform statistics only on verified accounts, you get, on the same account as before:

In this example, the number of subscribers audited, after a period of growth, tends to stabilize.

Followings count progression

The principle is the same as for the followers count progression.

Followers/Followings ratio progression

The principle is the same as for the followers count progression.