Faculty Summit The 2010 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit was held July 12 and 13 in Redmond, Washington. Among the many panels and discussions related to the state of computer science the NodeXL team had several representatives talking about the ways network science education can be expanded using an easy to use application for network analysis [...]
The NodeXL team has just released a new version (v.22.214.171.124) that contains a new “Automation” feature that allows users to define a collection of operations to perform on their network graphs and invoke the complete set in a single button click AND reuse that configuration on other workbook graphs. In fact, the feature will apply [...]
A new paper on visualizing social media has been released on the University of Maryland, Human Computer Interaction Laboratory tech report archive. Co-authored by Derek Hansen, myself, and Ben Shneiderman, the paper describes and visualizes the patterns of connections formed when people tweet about events like conferences and news stories. EventGraphs_2010_HCIL_Tech_Report http://www.cs.umd.edu/localphp/hcil/tech-reports-search.php?number=2010-13 Hansen, D., Smith, [...]
The International Sunbelt Social Network Conference is the official conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA). This year’s INSNA “Sunbelt” conference is at the Riva del Garda Fierecongressi, Trento, Italy! Here is the 2010 INSNA Sunbelt Program. This is the NodeXL map of connections among people who tweeted the hashtag used for the conference “#sunbelt”. [...]
The Journal of Social Structure has released its First Annual JoSS Visualization Symposium results and two of the images were generated with NodeXL. One of the two is “The Evolution of FCC Lobbying Coalitions” by Pierre de Vries, Research Fellow at the Economic Policy Research Center University of Washington, Seattle. Pierre has been a deep [...]
Cover art and promotional flier for Analyzing social media networks with NodeXL: Insights from a connected world.