This week we have a big data question: Which of those Big Four is the most widely used in social media?
As a first step, we take a look at the graph that makes up Facebook’s social graph: the “big three” (Facebook, Twitter and Google), which account for roughly two-thirds of all online users.
Facebook, Twitter, and Google account for about two-fifths of the world’s users.
Their data has a lot to say about our lives, and the data is being shared more and more often.
The three most popular social graphs are, in order of popularity: Facebook’s graph, which has the most users per capita, and Twitter’s graph which has more than three times as many users as the second most popular.
How do they work?
To understand how they work, we first have to understand how data is made.
A graph is made up of a series of points, each with its own color and shape.
Each point has an associated number (called an “x”), which is a number representing its position on a line.
For example, we know that an orange point is 1, so we know the line that goes from the top of the orange point to the bottom is 1.
This means that when we click on a point in the graph, we are taking a picture.
The numbers that make up a graph are called labels.
Each label corresponds to a certain data point on the graph.
The most popular graph label is a three-dimensional line, which represents the x and y positions of the label, and is shown in the following figure: A three-dotted line, as seen from the left, represents the position of a label on the social graph.