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Network Viz

Upcoming network visualization workshops at Sunbelt and POLNET

In the next few months,  I will be running several network visualization workshops using R and Gephi at Sunbelt 2016 (Newport Beach, CA) and Political Networks (St. Louis, MO). The descriptions follow below – if you are going to one of the conferences, do stop by! By popular demand, the workshops will once again include visualizations featuring baskets full of …

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Politwoops Deleted Tweets Featured

The Congress Tweets You Never Did See

[UPDATE 15/03/30] Check out this follow-up post to get the R code used to extract and clean the Politwoops & Twitter data. A package that automates the data collection is now available on GitHub: PolitwoopsR. For some months now, I’ve been playing with data from Politwoops: an international project that tracks politicians on Twitter and stores their deleted tweets for …

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Image Networks Gephi R Feat

Facebook data collection and photo network visualization with Gephi and R

Esteban Moro reminded me that there’s no need to manually rescale igraph layouts now – one can use layout.norm() instead (script updated accordingly). Hugle on GitHub Gist kindly pointed out a couple of sneaky typos – those are now fixed. Gephi is one of my favorite network visualization tools – it offers a wide variety of customizable layouts, allows for sophisticated …

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