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Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook
Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook
Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook
Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook
Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook
Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook
Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook
Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook
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Use case for Using Gephi for Social Network Analysis of facebook

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A brief use case for social network analysis. This is the information from my facebook account and shows the connections between people.

A brief use case for social network analysis. This is the information from my facebook account and shows the connections between people.

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  • 1. A quick use case for Social Network Analysis using gephi My facebook account
  • 2. A map of my facebook account. Each colour represents a cluster of people 1. My hometown - green 2. High school – dark blue top 3. Undergrad – light blue 4. Travelling friends - orange 5. My mother's family – right pink 6. My father's family – right purple 7. UPEI - purple 8. Edtech - left pink
  • 3. Now the clusters have names.
  • 4. The groups, of course, interact. Here is my high school and hometown. Notice Cindy's (my sister) connections.
  • 5. The @bonstewart (my partner) Nexus
  • 6. Edtech
  • 7. Outliers 8 people unconnected to anyone else in my network
  • 8. Among the things SNA can tell us <ul><li>What networks do i have
  • 9. How do they interact
  • 10. Who are the most important connectors
  • 11. Who is being left out </li></ul>

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