Tag Archives: 'Gephi'

A Quick Recap of Twitter Research Approaches

A Quick Recap of Twitter Research Approaches

Snurb, 29 September 2012
Any self-respecting Internet researcher will already be aware that the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) is the place to keep track of what’s cutting edge in the field. On the AoIR mailing-list, there’s been an interesting [...]

Twitter Research Methods

Snurb, 29 June 2011
Following on from the “World According to Twitter” research workshop at QUT, today we presented our research methods at a pre-conference workshop at Communities & Technologies 2011. This was probably the most extensive presentation of our [...]

Visualising Twitter Dynamics in Gephi, Part 2

Snurb, 30 December 2010
OK, so this is the second part of my post on turning Twitter data from Twapperkeeper into a dynamic network visualisation in Gephi. Last night’s post did the groundwork, generating a GEXF file from our #spill [...]

Visualising Twitter Dynamics in Gephi, Part 1

Snurb, 30 December 2010
In the following posts I’m finally keeping my promise to explore in earnest the use of Gephi‘s dynamic timeline feature for visualising Twitter-based discussions as they unfolded in real time. A few months ago, Jean posted [...]

Dynamic Networks in Gephi: From Twapperkeeper to GEXF

Dynamic Networks in Gephi: From Twapperkeeper to GEXF

Snurb, 20 October 2010
In between last week’s ECREA conference in Hamburg, where we presented some of our methodologies and early outcomes from the Mapping Online Publics project, and the AoIR conference in Gothenburg, where we’ll talk some more about [...]

Fun with Gephi’s new dynamic visualisation feature

Fun with Gephi’s new dynamic visualisation feature

Jean Burgess, 6 October 2010
This is a quick demo of how the new timeline feature works in Gephi 0.7 beta. We’ve used 5 hours worth of @reply data from the Twapperkeeper archives for the #spill hashtag. This period corresponds to [...]

Mapping the Australian Blogosphere Some More

Mapping the Australian Blogosphere Some More

Snurb, 22 September 2010
My previous post outlined a few more steps I’ve taken in cleaning up our emerging dataset of links in the Australian blogosphere (current limitations of our data are also listed there). It’s time to take those [...]

More Blog Network Data Cleaning with Gawk

More Blog Network Data Cleaning with Gawk

Snurb, 22 September 2010
The other day I outlined some first steps in cleaning our blog network data (generated by our partner researchers at Sociomantic Labs) ahead of visualising it, and posted a first tentative visualisation of the part of [...]

First Steps in Mapping the Australian Blogosphere

First Steps in Mapping the Australian Blogosphere

Snurb, 20 September 2010
Following on from my previous post about the methods we’re starting to use to make sense of the Australian blogosphere data we’re receiving from our colleagues at Sociomantic Labs, here’s a first look at what happens [...]

Cleaning Up Blog Network Data with Gawk

Cleaning Up Blog Network Data with Gawk

Snurb, 20 September 2010
Having done a fair amount of work with Twitter data over the past couple of months, I’m keen to get back now to the other substantive part of our ARC Discovery project on mapping online public [...]