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Twitter is a great service, but it’s not exactly easy for users without programming skills to access their account data, much less do anything with it. Until now.
There already are services that will let you download reports about when you tweet and which of your tweets were the most popular, some — like SimplyMeasured and FollowerWonk — will even summarize data about your followers. If you’re willing to wait hours to days (Twitter’s API rate limits are just that — limiting) and play around with open source software, NodeXL will help you build your own social graph. (I started and gave up after realizing how long it would take if you have more than a handful of followers.) But you never really see the raw data, so you have to trust the services and you have to hope they present the information you want to see.
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