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Introduction

Introduction

Facebook has grown to become a routine part of the lives of millions of people worldwide. It wasn't too long ago the world's most popular social network passed a whopping 1 billion members, millions of whom are actively sharing information daily.

Users of Facebook share information about everything from what they ate for breakfast to their favorite YouTube video of the week and much in between. In the course of communicating with family and friends, many members also share more intimate information, and perhaps without even realizing they've done so (due to what might be considered random posts) or that anyone outside their immediate circles might possibly notice the information they've posted.  Alone these posts may not mean a thing, but when collected and consolidated with other information, it begins to provide a fuller picture.

Every year Facebook's Data Science team takes a look at different trends observed on Facebook, and, not surprisingly since the social network giant is all about connecting with other people, as part of its analysis the Facebook team looks at relationship trends. For instance, in March 2012, the team focused on a detailed analysis to how love relationships change with the seasons1. In 2014, the company's analysis team took a look at this data and more.

Trends Facebook tracks includes relationship statuses, length of relationships, age differences between partners, and the best cities for singles. The company states this information is derived from "anonymized, aggregated data."

Just what does Facebook know about the love lives of its members?

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