Here is an example of a graph i made which is an attempt at graphing at out Hamlet’s speech “To be or Not To Be”. In order to do so, I utilised the website textexture – a great and innovate attempt at graphing out language and text in a way that attempts to find connections between how different words are read. (read more at the website)
Social media, like most other types of media, are often utilized by politicians seeking votes. Read this interesting article here that looks at a study showing how political motivation can be accessed through social media.
Our lives are embedded within networks: online and offline – from social networks to networks of work and institutions, networks of family and friends, networks within our bodies…. the list goes on.
Much research tries to utilize these networks in order to better understand how netowrking takes place, what can be deduced by the networks which form, and what relation do they have to our actual lives.
Below are some interesting links to get you started with your own social network analyses!
– Here is an introduction slide show about Social network analysis
-This is the link for the International Social Network Analysis Organization. (On the right you can find the latest journals!)
-Lastly, Here is a link to NodeXL’s gallery of graphs, where you can see some crazy social graphs currently being created!