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- More on #sandy social interactions [100K Tweets/GraphInsight] « Another Word For It on More on #sandy social interactions
- Thomas Laverne on Visual analysis of large sparse matrices with GraphInsight
- michele on Exploring Social networks of Wikipedia with GraphInsight
- Paolo Massa on Exploring Social networks of Wikipedia with GraphInsight
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We collected #sandy tweets for a few hours on Tuesday. Dots are Twitter users and connections are retweets. This network connects more than 100,000 users. There are many small disconnected components. The main cluster contains interesting patterns to explore.. Play with the … Continue reading
This is a snapshot of the social interactions related to the hurricane Sandy. The graph is sparsely connected, people tend to retweet more their friends than trusted news sources. This trend may change in the next hours, when things will get … Continue reading
Today we reached 40 active licenses of GraphInsight Academic 1.2. This in just three weeks! Thanks to all our users, including IBM T.J. Watson research center, MIT Sloan School of Management, Harvard University, ETH Zurich, United States Military Academy, Vienna … Continue reading
GraphInsight has been featured on the KnowTransfer magazine of the University of Trento, Italy at this link. You can download the article here.
Are you in New York City today? The GraphInsight Team will join the NYC Startup Rooftop Mixer at Hudson Terrace!
You are all invited to attend the following seminar on graph visualization. The seminar will review the state of the art techniques for visualizing graphs, and also present GraphInsight, a powerful and scalable visualization tool. GraphInsight is *free* to use, … Continue reading
Hi All, The GraphInsight Software will be presented Tomorrow May,18 at the Startup Spritz, hosted by The Hub Rovereto. The event starts at 6.30pm. If you like this project, Like our Facebook page. Below a screenshot of the Internet map.. have fun!
In the study titled Social networks of Wikipedia, researcher Paolo Massa from the SONET group @ FBK analyzes social networks extracted from Wikipedia User Talk pages. We loaded the data in GraphInsight, and this is the result. Explore your data with … Continue reading
Recently, Clement Levallois from Erasmus University Rotterdam published a very interesting video on the Importance of 3D layouts for network visualizations. In his study, he compared the 2D and 3D visualizations of the global science map network based on citing … Continue reading
Pushed by many user requests, We are pleased to announce that GraphInsight for Microsoft Windows is now available! Get it from the download area at graphinsight.com. Thank You for the feedback, your advices are our TODO list We are seeking for … Continue reading