There is a Stanford Media X event on July 22nd, 2010 on new tools for SNA: Network Analysis Made Easy: Using NodeXL To Map Social Media Networks http://mediax.stanford.edu/WSI/marc.html Bring a laptop (running Windows and Office 2007 or 2010) to this workshop and you can be analyzing a social media network from systems like Twitter, flickr, YouTube [...]
Cover art and promotional flier for Analyzing social media networks with NodeXL: Insights from a connected world.
Fourth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM-10) May 23-26, 2010 George Washington University, Washington, DC Sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence The ICWSM 2010 conference starts Sunday. This is a very high quality conference on the study of social media. My colleague, Professor Derek Hansen, and I will [...]
I will be speaking at the Princeton Club of Northern California on May 12, 2010. Event Date Time Location RSVP Silicon Valley Luncheon: Making Meaningful Maps of Social Media Networks 5/12 12-1:30 Palo Alto Krim Stephenson’97 As more and more of our lives take place online, we leave behind ever more data about ourselves and [...]
+ The Stanford Network Analysis Platform (SNAP) (http://snap.stanford.edu) is a high performance library for calculating network metrics of potentially very large graphs. Working with SNAP author and Stanford Computer Science Professor Jure Leskovec, the NodeXL team is releasing a new update with expanded support for network metrics. With SNAP integrated into NodeXL we have [...]
The WWW2010 conference is underway in Raleigh, North Carolina. This is a map of the connections among the population of people who recently tweeted the term “WWW2010″. The size of the profile photos indicates the log scaled number of followers that person has. The edges vary in weight, thicker edges mean more of the three [...]