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  Sunday, March 14, 2004

  Most common words of BlogWalk participants

Anjo comes up with a study of BlogWalk participants

A little "fun post". I ran tOKo (my text analysis tool; more in later posts) on the blogs of the participants in BlogWalk. According to tOKo these are the 25 most important terms for BlogWalkers:

blog, blogging, channel weblog research, informal learning, knowledge, knowledge intensive environment, knowledge management, knowledge sharing, knowledge work, knowledge worker paradox, knowledge worker, learning, make people smarter, people, personal knowledge management, self directed learning, self organized learning, social network analysis, supporting informal learning, time, weblog, work

I've got a feeling that this list is a bit biased to my weblog :) I also wonder what Anjo did with weblogs of Thomas Burg and Martin Roell - they are mainly in German. And of course I'd love to see more details: which blogs were included (all?), were all posts processed or only a selection, etc...

And a bit more fun:

The focus of BlogWalk is "weblogs in a knowledge management context". Hmm, "Knowledge Management" that must be difficult to spell! Right! The misspellings tOKo found (it is not just you Andy!):

knolwedge, knoweldge, knoweldge, knowldge, knowledges, knowlegde, knowlege, knwoledge, managament, managemant, managment

This post also appears on channel weblog research

Later: see also follow-up from Anjo with more details.

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