From the pattern I discovered, it is reasonable to assume that people use more “haha”s while they first meet a friend to avoid awkward conversation blanks. While for old friends, our haha quality raises, where haha quality could be calculated by dividing the number of “haha”s in a line tha has a “ha” inside.

I found interesting relationship between haha quality and friendship duration. Therefore the resulting info-graphs I made in this course are based on this finding. One uses old fashion comic style visualization, and the other one uses ironically research graphic format. What is also worth noticing is that the context conversations around a haha happening are also very different among new friends and old friends.