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Numbers LLC   |   Company


Relational Network
Reference Time Series
References Per Million vs. Moving Average
News Sector Distribution
Reference Share by Type News vs. Business vs. Entertainment vs. Sports vs. Other
Sentiment Analysis
Polarity Ranks vs. Subjectivity Ranks
Juxtapositions for Numbers LLC
NameCoref./Ref.
Media
Canadian
U.S.
Paul Dergarabedian
PM ET
Canad
Heatmap
Juxtapositions for Numbers LLC:

Historic (2004-11-01 to 2009-09-02)
Rank Entity Name Count Score Coref./Ref.
1 Media 23694 228454.9
2 Canadian 20997 200089.8
3 U.S. 20768 146019.5
4 Paul Dergarabedian 1082 13787.5
5 PM ET 795 8256.4
6 Canad 269 3739.0
7 Estados Unidos 268 3250.2
8 Marvel Studios 175 2598.4
9 2nd week 176 2524.3
10 `` Ali '' 146 2303.1
11 Weekend 147 2299.6
12 `` Iron Man '' 167 2282.8
13 `` Spider-Man 3 '' 147 2236.0
14 19 years 147 2193.1
15 Indiana Jones 118 1618.7
365 days (2008-09-02 to 2009-09-02)
Rank Entity Name Count Score Coref./Ref.
1 Media 7084 66250.1
2 Canadian 6352 60227.2
3 U.S. 6278 43153.6
4 `` Ali '' 146 2118.5
5 Canad 121 1621.6
6 Estados Unidos 118 1363.0
7 Oscars 76 893.2
8 PM ET 69 790.2
9 Articles About Media 29 453.0
10 Other Sites 24 281.7
11 U. S. 19 256.8
12 `` Yes Man '' 14 235.0
13 Paramount Pictures 13 210.7
14 BOX OFFICE 12 205.7
15 Las 14 198.6
Popularity Time Series:

References Per Million vs. Moving Average (log|linear)

Reference Share by Type News vs. Business vs. Entertainment vs. Sports vs. Other
Sentiment Analysis for Numbers LLC:

Polarity Ranks vs. Subjectivity Ranks
Positive Raw Counts vs. Negative Raw Counts (log|linear)
Where is Numbers LLC HOT?:


Relational Network:


Also known as: Numbers LLC, Numbers Inc., Numbers , LLC.
Generated on 4th September 2009 17:42
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