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Social Ties in the Digital Age

Social Ties in the Digital Age (Teaching Demo)

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Network structure and personality traits

Personality Traits and the Structure
of Multiplex Networks

Personality Traits and the Structure of Multiplex Networks (Download PDF).

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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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NULab Gephi Workshop

Gephi Workshop at Northeastern’s NULab

On March 25, the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks is holding a Gephi workshop on static/dynamic network visualization that I’m leading.  Details and materials for the workshop follow below. Time: Tue, March 25, 2014 – 12:00-1:30pm Location: Northeastern University, Dana Building floor 5, CCNR Description: This workshop provides an introduction to basic and advanced network visualization techniques using the …

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Boston Data Swap 2013 Talk

Thinking with Networks: Boston DataSwap 2013 Skill-A-Thon 2013 (Download PDF).

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Boston Data Day 2013 Skill-A-Thon

The Data Swap 2013 skill-a-thon organized by The Boston Globe, NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks, and The Boston Area Research Initiative is taking place on October 17-18. The materials for the quick network tutorial I’m doing there are posted below. DataSwap 2013 network presentation (Download PDF). Visualizing network dynamics: Download the network visualization software Gephi here. You will also …

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Media Topics: A Dynamic Network Visualization

Topics in Mainstream Media:
A Dynamic Network Visualization

My doctoral dissertation (defended a few months back) studies a dynamic network of news outlets and the topics they cover over time. It implements a measure of media fragmentation and uses actor-based modeling to evaluate the impact of economic, political, organizational, and structural forces on certain properties of the media agenda. The key factors I look into include popularity, ownership, …

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Intro to Network Software: UCINET, NodeXL, Gephi, R, Statnet, ERGM, Siena

Intro materials: network analysis software (UCINET, NodeXL, Gephi, Statnet, ERGM, RSiena)

In the fall of 2012, I got to design & lead the weekly labs for a network seminar at USC. I also worked on the methods portion of the syllabus for the class. COMM 645: Communication Networks is a PhD-level course taught by Peter Monge. The labs cover a range of network tools – from the classic UCINET program through …

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ANN Conference: Social Movements and Network Science

Social Movements and Network Theory: ANN International Conference

Once a year, the Annenberg Networks Network (ANN) at USC and the Science of Networks in Communities Laboratory (SONIC) at Northwestern University convene an international seminar on network science.  The conference organizers include Manuel Castells, Noshir Contractor, Janet Fulk, and Peter Monge. The seminar that took place at USC this April was dedicated to the application of network science to …

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Sunbelt Ppt Feat

A Multilevel, Multidimensional Network Model of the Media System

MTMD Network Model of the Media System: Production, Content, and Audience. (INSNA Sunbelt Conference Presentation: Ognyanova Monge). Download PDF. Read the full study here (PDF).

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MediaNets

Actors and Links in the Media System:
Taking a Network Perspective

Exploring the structure of relationships between news organizations, issues, and audience members is key to understanding the media system.  The paper I’m posting here (just presented at ICA 2011, Boston) looks into a range of network types available to media researchers: inter-organizational, semantic, issue, hyperlink, and social graphs. It discusses important predictors of tie formation and dissolution – and the theoretical …

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Network Analysis Basics and Applications
to Online Data

Network Analysis basics and applications to online data. Download PDF. (resource for the Annenberg program for Online Communities)

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USCANN Feat

USC Annenberg Networks Network:
A Prezi Introduction

USC Annenberg Networks Network group – a Prezi introduction

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