Figure 1. A relative comparison of #CommunityFitness & (“Fullness” change)
Governor Walker (@GovWalker) Official Twitter Account of the 45th Governor of the State of Wisconsin, Scott Walker.
Democratic Party WI (@WisDems) Wisconsin Democrats are committed to building fairness, opportunity and community for all. #VoteBlueWI
Randy Bryce (@IronStache) Democrat for WI-01. Father, Army veteran, Ironworker, Cancer survivor, Wisconsin4ever. Most tweets mine.
Wisconsin GOP (@wisgop) Updates from the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (@SenatorBaldwin) Official Twitter account of United States Senator Tammy Baldwin's office, proudly working for the State of Wisconsin.
Ron Johnson (@RonJohnsonWI) Oshkosh manufacturer. Citizen-legislator. Problem solver. Husband, dad & grandpa. Fisherman. Bringing #Wisconsin common sense to the U.S. Senate. #TeamRonJon
Tony Evers (@Tony4WI) Candidate for Governor of WI. WI state schools Superintendent. Father, Educator, Euchre enthusiast, life-long Badger. Plymouth Progressive.
Phil Anderson (L) (@4philanderson) Phil is the Libertarian candidate for Governor of WI, chair of the @LPWI, former LP candidate for U.S. Senate, and the host of the https://t.co/RH76IrHK2T.
Leah Vukmir (@LeahVukmir) Mom. Nurse. Fighter. Running for Senate to bring the Wisconsin Way to DC.
CommunityFitness: Beyond grabbing attention – creating a strong sense of community is truly valuable – but how can this be accomplished? Step 1, measure current community strength – this is our specialty, then Step 2, identify where it comes from – this is where we need your help. The definition of “strength” can mean trust, enthusiasm, appreciation, even love depending on the community. CommunityFitness is holistic measure of a community's willingness to lend their attention, which may reflect the quality of conversation and general enthusiasm! A full description can be found at ThenAtlas.org/Twitter-Health
Recent change in relative Fullness (in parentheses) reflects the changing rate of active engagement with the Tweeter, similar to number of followers.
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The results presented herein were derived from Evidence-based Tradeoff Analysis (ETM), a holistic new framework that uses the balance of competing elements within complex systems to identify patterns of change that show resistance, resilience, resourcefulness, revolution, and disturbance to quantify CommunityFitness and correlated factors. The ETM framework was derived from research in forest systems (dynamics of ~1 billion trees) and the exact methodology is maintained as a trade secret. Secrecy is needed for the same reason Google's search algorithm is secret. And like Google, validation is in the results. Let us know what is good (and bad) about these results in the comments below.
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There is no more simple yet beautifully powerful medium of global conversation than Twitter: humanity in a sentence or two, iterated a half-billion times per day. But is humanity coming closer together or splitting apart? Why? Who will win?
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