July 22st, 2010 SNA Event At Stanford: Network Analysis Made Easy: Using NodeXL To Map Social Media Networks

July 22st, 2010 SNA event at Stanford: Network Analysis Made Easy: Using NodeXL To Map Social Media Networks

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 [...]
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May 12, 2010: Princeton Club Of Northern California – Silicon Valley Luncheon: Making Meaningful Maps Of Social Media Networks

May 12, 2010: Princeton Club of Northern California – Silicon Valley Luncheon: Making Meaningful Maps of Social Media Networks

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 [...]
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SNAP New Network Metrics Into NodeXL – Performance, Speed, And Scale Updates And Additions In NodeXL V.122

SNAP new network metrics into NodeXL – performance, speed, and scale updates and additions in NodeXL v.122

+   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 [...]
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