Help File For NodeXL (v.172+)

Help file for NodeXL (v.172+)

A detailed help file describing each of the features and functions of NodeXL is now shipping in the project since version v.172. A detailed outline of all the topics covered is available: The help file will be updated as new features are added. NodeXL Excel Template Help File: An Overview of Network Graphs A Quick […]
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Geocode Your Twitter Network With NodeXL

Geocode your Twitter network with NodeXL

As mobile devices become a major method for authoring and consuming social media, location data is increasingly a part of many posts, tweets, check-ins, and messages.  Many Twitter clients, for example, can add the user’s current latitude and longitude to the metadata associated with a tweet.  Other systems like Facebook Places, Google Latitude and Foursquare [...]
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Bernie Hogan’s Facebook Network Map Featured In Journal Of Social Structure (JOSS) (Made With NodeXL)

Bernie Hogan’s Facebook Network Map featured in Journal of Social Structure (JOSS) (Made with NodeXL)

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 Bernie Hogan’s radial layout applied to representing Facebook Friend networks. http://jossviz.wordpress.com/2010/06/23/friendwheel-layout-of-a-facebook-network/ The Journal of Social Structure (JoSS) is an electronic journal of the International Network for Social [...]
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Conversations On Innovation, Power And Responsibility With Jeff Ubois

Conversations on Innovation, Power and Responsibility with Jeff Ubois

My good friend and colleague Jeff Ubois recently edited and released a volume entitled Conversations on Innovation, Power and Responsibility for the Fondazione Giannino Bassetti. Some of my comments on the topic of innovation from a conversation with Jeff are included in the volume which collects a wide range of thoughts about the nature and consequence of technical change.

Table Of Contents

Foreword
Introduction

About the Question
Related Concepts
Choosing Subjects: Where Does Responsibility Matter Now?

Genetics And Healthcare
Thomas Murray, The Hastings Center
Ignacio Chapela: Drawing a Boundary Around the Lab
Arthur Caplan: Innovation as Politics
David Magnus & Mildred Cho: True Fictions

Nanotechnology
Christine Peterson: Nanotechnology and Enhancement
Lawrence Gasman: Nanomarkets

Robotics And Computing
Ronald Arkin: Embedding Values in Machines
Jeff Jonas: Applying the UN declaration of human rights
Marc Smith: Invention, mitigation, accounting and externalities
Mikko Ahonen: Open Innovation … and Radiation Safety

Design
Roberto Verganti: Varieties of Design Innovation
Michael Twidale: IRBs, Design, Empowerment,
Accountability, Sustainability

My comments from the volume are after the fold…


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