A fun tool brought to my attention by Josepf Haslam called Wolfamalpha Facebook Analysis. It takes a nice statistical look at your profile and breaks your friends down into various demographics, tells you your most liked picture is and event which words you use most often in your post vocabulary.
What was most interesting about this analysis was Relationship Status. This was the breaking point and “big idea” for Facebook when it first launched – it was what everyone in college wanted to know – and it turns out it is still the most interesting data. This may not be true for everyone, but my data matched National Data almost identically – aside from a slight increase in single people in their 40′s. (The Right Corner of the Map is the data I am referring to) Even with my weighted average towards the 20-something range.
Turns out only 29.5% of the people I know are single; a large chunk are married or engaged. Although I’m “friends” with slightly more females, I am only connected with men over the age of 55 and under 20.
Check out a few screenshots from the data. Click the (i) button to see the captions: