In this map nodes represent the major feature groups and functions in the NodeXL application.
This map will become the default file that will open when you run NodeXL for the first time. You will see a dialog like this:
Select Yes to have the graph above imported into the workbook. You can then display the graph using the Show Graph button in the NodeXL menu ribbon.
After that, it will be available via the help menus. When you import the file, all of the data is also available in the spreadsheet part of NodeXL so that you can experiment with changing values there to see the impact in the graph display after you hit the “refresh graphs” button.
Over the coming weeks we plan to release additional sample network data sets that illustrate key concepts and methods in network science. Suggestions for sample networks are welcome!
Third International Symposium on Collaboration, Social Computing, New Media and Networks (SoMNet 2014) Call for Papers and Participation As part of the 2014 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS 2014) May 19-23, 2014 The Commons Hotel Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA In Cooperation with ACM, IEEE, and IFIP
RADIO WVXU Cincinnati – Ann Thompson interviews Marc Smith about the recent publication of a report on social media networks in Twitter co-authored with the Pew Internet Research Center. “How millions of tweets boil down to six types of conversations“ http://bit.ly/1eXt6IV #NodeXL #SMRF #Pew #Network
The INSNA Sunbelt social network conference will be held February 18-23 at the TradeWinds Island Resort on the island of St. Pete Beach. There will be NodeXL related talks at the conference. NodeXL: Network Analysis Made Simple Tuesday February 18, 8:00am – 11:00am & 11:30am – 2:30pm Marc Smith, Social Media Research Foundation CITRUS Ballroom […]