Charts tracking tags in articles by Sarah Houghton
Interactive charts on this page show tags in articles published by Sarah Houghton, tracking usage from 1996 (when publication started) to present (as of most recently published issue).
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Top tags in Sarah Houghton articles
This chart shows up to 10 tags most frequently associated with Sarah Houghton.
- select term label (near bottom of each column) to see an overview of all articles by Sarah Houghton referring to this term
- the default view of articles and total usage shows overall comparisons of top terms used by Sarah Houghton
- de-select the 'articles' label to hide this data set and focus on total usage of each term
- de-select the ''total usage' label to hide this data set to focus on numbers of articles referring to each term
Long tail: all tags in articles by Sarah Houghton
This data chart shows relative distribution of data associated with tags in articles written by Sarah Houghton:
- points in red plot data related to the top 10 tags
- points in blue plot the (more or less) long tail of other tags also associated with Sarah Houghton
- vertical axis marks the number of articles in which Sarah Houghton refers to a term
- horizontal axis marks total usage of a term by Sarah Houghton
- darker points in this chart indicate overlaps of terms mentioned in same number of articles with same total usage
Complete list of tags associated with Sarah Houghton
Here is a list of tracked terms used by Sarah Houghton, ordered by total usage of each term.
- numbers in parentheses indicate each tag's position in the chart (total usage / number of articles).
- term names provide links to overviews of relevant articles by Sarah Houghton
rss (15/1), data (10/1), social networks (8/1), software (4/1), cataloguing (4/1), archives (4/1), instant messaging (3/1), blog (3/1), podcast (3/1), video (2/1), research (2/1), microsoft (2/1), twitter (2/1), mobile phone (2/1), facebook (2/1), digital media (1/1), mp3 (1/1), multimedia (1/1), university of london (1/1), search technology (1/1), harvard university (1/1), microsoft office (1/1), google (1/1), mobile (1/1), itunes (1/1)