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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Aleksey Alekseev
Aggregation Service of Open Data and Data from Social Networks
Electronic Business
(Master’s programme)
8
2017
Key words: open data, social networks, data aggregation, heat map.

The objective of this work is to develop an aggregation system of open data and data from social networks. Nowadays this work is topical in connection with increasing number of projects based on open data and popularity of social networks. Despite the huge amount of open data, there update frequency is rather low. This makes the most of services based on them static. This project allows solving the problem by adding dynamic in application work process. This achieved through aggregation with user activity in social networks. Aggregated information is visualized in the form of heat map. The service allows identifying connections between objects from open data sets and geographical location of users. This makes analysis of popular places in the city possible. Also service can analyze seasonality objects attendance.

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