Definition

Social Dominance is build on top of the Social Data.

Social Dominance for an asset compares the Social Volume of that asset to the combined social volume of all available assets.

Social Dominance for arbitrary search term compares the Social Volume of that search term to the total number of documents available. This essentially counts how many percent of all documents match this search term.

Social Dominance of 50 for an asset means that half of all messages/posts regarding assets are discussing exactly this asset.

Access

Restricted Access.


Measuring Unit

% between 0 and 100.


Data Type

Timeseries Data


Frequency

Five-Minute Intervals


Latency

Social Data Latency


Available Assets

Available for these assets

Note: social_dominance_total metric and all metrics for a specific source are available for the same set of assets.


Sanbase

Combined Social Dominance from all sources for an asset can be seen on a project's page.

Social Dominance for arbitrary search terms can be viewed from the trends page trends page

and enabling the Social Dominance toggle on the next page that shows the result.

The combined social dominance from all sources is displayed social dominance search term

SanAPI

Available under the social_dominance_total and social_dominance_total_<source> names, where the available sources are:

  • telegram
  • reddit
  • discord
  • professional_traders_chat
  • total (combines all sources)

Social Dominance for an asset

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{
  getMetric(metric: "social_dominance_total") {
    timeseriesData(
      selector: { slug: "santiment" }
      from: "2020-01-01T00:00:00Z"
      to: "2020-01-07T00:00:00Z"
      interval: "1d"
    ) {
      datetime
      value
    }
  }
}

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Social Dominance for arbitrary search term

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{
  getMetric(metric: "social_dominance_telegram") {
    timeseriesData(
      selector: { text: "btc AND 1?k" }
      from: "2020-01-01T00:00:00Z"
      to: "2020-01-07T00:00:00Z"
      interval: "1d"
    ) {
      datetime
      value
    }
  }
}

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