Becca’s ‘buds’ beat other words

After working on a piece of data by analyzing everything The edge wrote before i thought it would be fun to watch others Edge data to see what I could find.

Becca Farsace is one of the best sports we have on our squad here, and she also has some of the most distinctive speech patterns – and catchphrases – so I asked her if she would let me delve into the data of her words. .

His Slack response: “Wowee … I’m terrified, but go for it!”

We all tend to use the same vocabulary and phrases day to day – it’s part of what makes us who we are, of course. So I pulled out the transcripts of every video Becca hosted on our YouTube channel (over 30!) A few videos had no transcripts, and I didn’t include any videos where she was just one. invited to facilitate analysis.

After collecting the raw transcripts and analyzing them, I extracted a few common words, such as “a”, “the”, “and”, “I”, and so on, and got some interesting results. .

You can see the original version here.

In the table above, you can see Becca’s best words in all of the videos she has hosted. No surprise: “buds” is the first word with almost 300 uses, followed by “really” and “camera”. “Buds” is a common affectionate term from Becca, referring to us the viewer, but it also reinforces what we already know: that Becca covers a ton of headphones.

You can see the original version here.

Looking at Becca’s best words per video, we can see how her tongue flies from video to video – usually to highlight the topic being discussed. Once again, “buds” (highlighted in pink) take the top spot here.

The use of “weed” also increases over time. Is it due to an ever-increasing number of products called “budgets” that she evaluates or to a deeper personal connection with her audience?

Most of the time, that seems to line up with what it covers. They can be divided into five compartments: action cameras, cameras, headphones, phones and an assorted bucket of everything else.

  • The action cameras, with six videos, had no specific words or phrases.
  • The cameras had “camera” as the first word in three videos out of a total of five.
  • Headphones had “buds” as the first word in nine out of 10 videos.
  • The phones, with three videos, had “Pixel” or “Pixel / iPhone” in two videos as the first word.
  • In the Other category, the first word seemed to match the topic of the video, with an equal split across five videos of “AI”, “fiber”, “video”, “board” and “bike”.

The data suggests that Becca’s speech most accurately reflects the topic she covers in each video, rather than being skewed by a favorite tagline. Even if it still goes without saying: Becca says buds many.

“In my defense, ‘weed’ is a product category that I cover, but it’s also part of my everyday language,” Becca told me. “Is it time for that to change? Maybe I’ll let the buds decide.

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