It's such a thrill to see our students produce incredibly cool, super valuable tools.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 16, 2013
Students from Hack Reactor, the honors-level intensive coding academy, released Reddit Insight, a free analytics and visualization suite that allows users to navigate data on Reddit account users, posts and statistics. Reddit Insight provides an easy way to get useful information from the site and specific subreddits, making it an ideal tool for social media analysis. Since the student projects' release late last week, it has had more than 70,000 visits, a Twitter nod from Google Analytics and interest from a number of social media and marketing experts. The tool is free and available at Reddit Insight.
In addition to Track Post and Track User features, visualization tools include:
- Word Cloud – tracking topics by subreddit
- Topic Clusters & All Clusters -– elegant outlines of content topics by subreddits
- Controversy vs. Interaction vs. Karma
- Frequency Analysis – most popular nouns per subreddit
- Graphs – including number of comments per post per subreddit and average Karma per post per subreddit
"It is always such a thrill to see our students hit their stride and produce incredibly cool, super valuable tools," said Shawn Drost, Co-founder, Hack Reactor. "This is why we come here every day – to teach real-world skills to students serious about their success."
Hack Reactor Development Sprints
During Hack Reactor’s Product Development Sprints one to four developers work on either self-directed or client-directed projects, supported by a senior developer who provides mentorship and code reviews, as well as a staff project manager. Teams have done projects for pre-seed startups to build their minimal viable product, companies from top accelerator programs and venture-backed networks, as well as more mature Series C companies. The students are ultra-motivated to build something extraordinary and provide product-ready code. Start-up or tech companies that would like to be involved can learn more at http://www.hackreactor.com/dev or contact Adrian(at)hackreactor(dot)com.
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