NodeXL team member Dr. Cody Dunne recenjtly presented these slides at the 2013 Boston DataSwap on Network Visualization in NodeXL http://slidesha.re/1a5tbCY Boston DataSwap 2013 — Network Visualization in NodeXL from codydunne
I will speak about social media networks on October 24th, 2013 at the department of Computer Science at the Arizona State University. The graph represents a network of 712 Twitter users whose recent tweets contained “@ASU”, taken from a data set limited to a maximum of 10,000 tweets. The network was obtained from Twitter on […]
NodeXL users in the Washington DC area are welcome to join a free users group meetup on October 2, 2013 at 2pm. There will be a morning session at the University of Maryland (9-11) and an afternoon session downtown. If you’d like to attend, please complete this form. I hope to see you there!
I spoke in a webinar on Data Visualization and NodeXL hosted by SoftArtisans and now available on Vimeo. Thanks to Claire and Elise!
This October 18, 2013 an NSF funded workshop called Kredible.Net to be held at Stanford University will bring together researchers studying reputation and social roles in social media. The workshop will help researchers investigate how social media, especially Wikipedia articles and editors, shape public knowledge. The project aims to build a research community and to propose a research […]
Social media networks tend to be “clumpy”. Here is the map of connections among people who tweeted the term “global warming”: NodeXL v.210 and newer now supports text analysis of content collected from social media data sources. NodeXL applies social network clustering and then analyzes text that is grouped by social clusters. Connections among people who tweet […]