This month's featured network map visualizes current Twitter discussions from Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) based on a list created by @Europarl_EN. The coloring of the vertices is based on the language settings of the accounts as provided in the vertex metadata by Twitter.
2nd Edition Published! Analyzing Social Media Networks with NodeXL: Insights from a Connected World
We proudly present the second edition of our book Analyzing Social Media Networks with NodeXL: Insights from a Connected World. The book has been published by Elsevier is available since June 19th, 2019. This edition updates many of the changes in the NodeXL application since the publication of the first edition (in 2010!). Learn how to use Automation, Time Series, Word and Word Pair analysis, and how to collect data from Wikis, Twitter, and YouTube!
This is our first offering of a monthly NodeXL Pro license combined with the computer, operating system, and Office suitepreloaded and installed - ready to use from almost any connected device with a web browser.
Any connected tablet, phone, Mac, Linux, or even underpowered Windows PC can now access NodeXL Pro via a powerful remote virtual machine that is fully preconfigured and ready to roll powered by our partners at Intact.Digital.
Academic and student users can "roll your own" version of NodeXL Pro Cloud Edition by creating an Amazon EC2 Virtual Machine and copying Office and NodeXL into it.
NodeXL is the easiest way to get insights into a connected structure. If you can make a pie chart you can now make a network chart. Learn more about the ways NodeXL Pro can automate your network analysis to generate reports and insights with just a few clicks. See the video or take a look at the Tutorial on Automating NodeXL Pro!