A design and policy proposal for improving the democratic quality of social media Marc Smith…
There has been significant progress in the NodeXL project! We have just released version .84 that includes support for “schemes” that can set a collection of display attributes in a single click. Along with updates to the menu ribbon, NodeXl v.84 is becoming a full featured platform for social network analysis in Excel.
A paper has been written about the way the tool works and was taught and learned — it will be submitted for possible publication at the IEEE Social Computing 2009 conference in Vancouver this August 29/30.
An earlier related paper was accepted for publication at the 2009 Communities and Technologies conference to be held at Penn State University this June 23, 24, 25. The paper describes basic steps for analyzing social media networks.