The Edgeryders networkin December 2012Density 0.028Average weighted degree 10.87Average distance 2.3
The Edgeryders networkwith moderators removedDensity 0.013Average weighted degree 3.7Average distance 3.3
The Edgeryders networkwith moderators removedModularity 0.5Subcommunities are clearlyvisible
What are subcommunitiestalking about?Blue edge = more specializationon one or few topics, red edge= no specialization, all...
Topic treeHow “broad” and “deep” arediscussions?
Topic tree (detail)A nice fractal pattern betweentopics, subtopics, posts andcomments
Topic tree (detail)A nice fractal pattern betweentopics, subtopics, posts andcomments
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Network metrics for online community management

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These slides were built for the "Number galore (metrics and analytics) panel at Virtual Community Summit 2013. http://virtualcommunitysummit.com/summit-agenda. My own elaboration on Edgeryders data. More here: http://youtu.be/KKrM2c-ww_k

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Network metrics for online community management

  1. 1. The Edgeryders networkin December 2012Density 0.028Average weighted degree 10.87Average distance 2.3
  2. 2. The Edgeryders networkwith moderators removedDensity 0.013Average weighted degree 3.7Average distance 3.3
  3. 3. The Edgeryders networkwith moderators removedModularity 0.5Subcommunities are clearlyvisible
  4. 4. What are subcommunitiestalking about?Blue edge = more specializationon one or few topics, red edge= no specialization, all topicsequally discussed
  5. 5. Topic treeHow “broad” and “deep” arediscussions?
  6. 6. Topic tree (detail)A nice fractal pattern betweentopics, subtopics, posts andcomments
  7. 7. Topic tree (detail)A nice fractal pattern betweentopics, subtopics, posts andcomments
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