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

    • A quick use case for Social Network Analysis using gephi My facebook account
    • 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
    • Now the clusters have names.
    • The groups, of course, interact. Here is my high school and hometown. Notice Cindy's (my sister) connections.
    • The @bonstewart (my partner) Nexus
    • Edtech
    • Outliers 8 people unconnected to anyone else in my network
    • Among the things SNA can tell us
      • What networks do i have
      • How do they interact
      • Who are the most important connectors
      • Who is being left out