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Top financial contributors

Individuals

1
Mark Graham

$2,200 USD since Dec 2020

2
David Thiel

$1,000 USD since Mar 2021

3
Red Hat

$1,000 USD since Dec 2021

4
Justice for the Victims

$1,000 USD since Jun 2022

5
Alex Newhouse

$300 USD since Jan 2021

6
Jeffrey Sorensen

$250 USD since Feb 2021

7
Alanna Irving

$190 USD since Mar 2021

8
Incognito

$130 USD since Jan 2021

9
Benedict Lau

$103 USD since Nov 2020

10
Daniel Hosterman

$60 USD since Mar 2022

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Mandy Yeung

$46 USD since Nov 2020

12
Bernard Fitzgerald

$30 USD since Mar 2022

13
Martin del Campo

$10 USD since Apr 2021

Organizations

1
Jigsaw

$50,000 USD since Jan 2022

2
NCRI

$24,274.4 USD since Oct 2020

3
Bitmaker E.I.R.L.

$1,300 USD since May 2021

4
Open Collective

$190 USD since Mar 2021

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Monthly financial contribution to SMAT

Credit from Benedict Lau to SMAT

+$5.00USD
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Credit from Alanna Irving to SMAT using a Gift Card from Open Collective

+$10.00USD
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Credit from Mandy Yeung to SMAT

+$2.00USD
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Today’s balance

$9,976.81 USD

Total raised

$73,416.80 USD

Total disbursed

$63,439.99 USD

Estimated annual budget

$54,503.35 USD

About


The Social Media Analysis Toolkit (SMAT) was designed to help facilitate activists, journalists, researchers, and other social good organizations to analyze and visualize larger trends on a variety of platforms. We provide easy to use tools that help you tell a story about something happening at a large scale online. The tools are designed to be quick and simple so that users can quickly respond to things like disinformation and hate as they occur, while also having the tools be rigorous enough to have applications in scholarly research. While we have built the framework, it is up to you and your curiosity to find what stories are waiting to be discovered.

Find us on gitlab!