The Parse.ly Android SDK by Parse.ly allows API communication to access data analytics that developers can implement into mobile applications. It includes instructions to integrate with Eclipse, initialize, and maintain pageview events.
Tynt, an innovative service that provides you more insight into how user engage with your web site content, now provides a Tynt API to access the analytics. The company and is expecting users to develop interesting mobile and web mashup applications with it.
The Gnip Audience API now features Twitter aggregate user age information. The Gnip Audience API includes nearly one dozen demographic models including gender, interests, TV genre, TV show, language, etc. User age is the newest addition to the set of Gnip Audience API demographic models.
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the O’Reilly Strata Conference in New York City, and sat in on a very important keynote from Drew Conway and Jake Porway about their project, Data Without Borders.
Data Without Borders is looking to match non-profits in need of data analysis with freelance and pro bono data scientists who can work to help them with data collection, analysis, visualization, or provide decision support.