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 […]
On June 4th in Dublin, Ireland the 2012 International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. ICWSM gathers computer scientists, linguists, communications scholars, and the social scientists to increase understanding of social media in all its incarnations. Now in its sixth year, ICWSM is a leading venue for cutting-edge research in social media. ICWSM-12, features a […]
May 1st, 2012 at the International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers Innovations Seminar I will present an hour long training on: Innovations networks in Social Media: Creating Maps and Measures with NodeXL Speaker: Dr. Marc A. Smith, Chief Social Scientist, Connected Action Consulting Group Know who is becoming more important than know how. Networks are […]
I will speak on a panel on April 13th at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, at an event sponsored by the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The event “Ethics and Elections: Media, Money and Power” will feature “panels, break-out workshops, and debates on the role of political advertising, media “fact checking” on candidate […]