By Mohib Ebrahim

NanoWisdoms’ word clouds analyse the following aspects of the Aga Khan’s speeches, interviews and writings made between 1957 and 2012, visually representing them so it is easy to “get the big picture” at a glance:

Themes identified in the Aga Khan’s speeches, interviews and writings

NanoWisdoms themes identified in His Highness the Aga Khan’s speeches, interviews and writings made between 1957 and 2012. Click to view at full size.

NanoWisdoms has identified some 60 themes which the Aga Khan has addressed in his speeches, interviews and writings. The more frequently he has addressed or touched on a them, the larger they appear in the graphic.

Lexical analysis of the Aga Khan’s speeches, interviews and writings

The 150 most frequently mentioned lexical concepts in His Highness the Aga Khan’s speeches, interviews and writings made between 1957 and 2012. Click to view at full size.

The lexical analysis was created from the complete text of the NanoWisdoms database, about 95% of which is comprised of the full-text from some 500 of the Aga Khan’s speeches, interviews and written works made between 1957 and 2012. The 150 most frequently mentioned concepts have been highlighted. The more frequently they occur in the text, the larger they appear in the graphic.

Countries where the Aga Khan’s speeches, interviews and writings were made

Countries where His Highness the Aga Khan’s speeches, interviews and writings made were between 1957 and 2012. Click to view at full size.

Since becoming the Imam of the Ismaili Muslims over 50 years ago, the Aga Khan has made some 500 speeches and 100 interviews, primarily in countries where the Aga Khan Development Network is active. Countries where he has spoken more frequently appear larger in the graphic.

NOTE: Some countries have only been open and accessible in the last two decades so have fewer events and appear smaller.