Tag Archives: 'visualisation'

Big Brother 15, West Coast Viewers & Guilt by Association

Big Brother 15, West Coast Viewers & Guilt by Association

Darryl Woodford, 29 July 2013
Over at my own blog, I have been running an almost-daily series of posts looking at the current US reality series “Big Brother”, now in its 15th incarnation in the US (the 10th Australian series starts [...]

Who’s Joining Twitter? A look at 1 million recent IDs

Who’s Joining Twitter? A look at 1 million recent IDs

Darryl Woodford, 5 April 2013
Currently, at QUT Social Media HQ, we’re in the process of developing the new version of our Twitter capture software, led by CCI Data Scientist Troy Sadkowsky. During development, we’ve extracted a few interesting datasets, and [...]

Our Twitter Maps in the Press

Our Twitter Maps in the Press

Snurb, 31 May 2012
The emerging maps of the Australian Twittersphere which I presented at the Digital Humanities Australasia conference in Canberra in March have received quite a bit of press coverage over the past week or so, following 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 [...]

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 [...]

Visualising topic-based conversation networks: the #masterchef edition

Jean Burgess, 30 July 2010
In future analysis we'll be interested in doing some form of comparison between the #ausvotes data we've been looking at (and that Axel has already blogged about earlier this week), and other topics of shared interest [...]

Twitter Concept Mapping with Wordstat and Gephi: First Steps

Snurb, 28 July 2010
Continuing my series of posts on methods for doing quantitative research using Twitter data, this will be a fairly tentative post. I’m currently looking into ways to examine the terms and concepts used by tweeters as [...]