Visualising Dissertations on Electronic Literature (Visualising E-lit seminar August 19, 2013)

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A network analysis of creative works referenced by 29 dissertaions on electronic literature.

A network analysis of creative works referenced by 29 dissertaions on electronic literature.

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  • 1. Visualising dissertations on electronic literature Jill Walker Rettberg, University of Bergen Visualising Electronic Literature seminar, Bergen,August 19, 2013
  • 2. 0" 2" 4" 6" 8" 10" 1976" 1981" 1986" 1991" 1996" 2001" 2006" 2011" Year%of%publica.on% Number%of%disserta.ons%on%electronic% literature%per%year%1976:2013% Number"of"disserta7ons"
  • 3. 1976-2001 2003-2007 2008-2013 Tags and keywords
  • 4. Abstract in English and original language. Metadata References to creative works Tags
  • 5. Export nodes......and edges
  • 6. Diversity: 341 creative works cited. 6 % 17 % 78 % Cited by only one dissertation Cited by two dissertations Cited by three or more dissertations
  • 7. Two-mode (bipartite) network: two different types of node - dissertations and creative works
  • 8. Key people in the American Revolution - an edge indicates shared membership in a group (Kieran Healy) http://kieranhealy.org/blog/archives/2013/06/09/using-metadata-to-find-paul-revere/)
  • 9. One-mode network of the same cluster
  • 10. Filtered one-mode network: creative works with at least two references
  • 11. Electronic literature seen through Amazon’s API (related books) Berry, Borra, Helmond, Plantin & Rettberg, forthcoming.“The Data Sprint Approach: Exploring the Field of Digital Humanities through Amazon’s Application Programming Interface”