- The COVID-19 Radar from eMentalist – Your data-driven crisis navigator!
- Sentiment Analysis: How influential politicians were portrayed in the media
- Spider Charts: These aspects have had the strongest medial impact in German-speaking countries
- Impact Analysis: Differences between social media and traditional media channels
- Network Charts: That’s how certain topic clusters form
In the successful management of times of crisis, the ability to react, relevant knowledge and feasibility are important success factors! In order to enable you to act quickly and purposefully in the current situation, we have developed the COVID-19 radar. This multi-dimensional analysis tool offers you transparency and orientation when considering complex issues and their partial aspects.
Based on a multitude of media reports, news articles and social media content in German and English language, analyses, correlations and relations are created, which are combined and visualized. Due to the flexibility of the radar, very specific facts or the big picture can be displayed in an appealing, understandable way and tailored to your own needs.
It provides the basis for a timely, well-founded and target-oriented interpretation of large, available amounts of data and thus allows the data-supported taking of effective measures.
We are starting off with a straightforward sentiment analysis, showing you how influential political leaders in the D-A-CH countries and around the world have been portrayed in the media in recent weeks. It demonstrates how attention on and the image of the individual politicians and their respective actions have developed in German-speaking media over time.
The next glimpse into our recently launched COVID-19 Radar introduces you to our spider charts.
This visual comparison is an analysis into which aspects of daily life have received attention in specific countries during the ongoing crisis. This produces an individual profile for each nation, showing which aspects have had the strongest medial impact in German-speaking countries over the last couple of weeks.
Focusing on the countries of Austria and Germany, this visualization of a multi-dimensional impact analysis highlights how the attention of crisis-related aspects of daily life differs between the traditional media channels and social media over time.
These futuristic looking network visualizations let you discover thematic links between articles and provide you with insights on how certain topic clusters form. We have picked five of our focus countries to show you the diversity of results this tool can produce. Fascinating, don’t you think?