network data visualization
Network Visualization. Fun with links, nodes, and edges. A game to better understand the wisdom (and madness) of crowds You’ve probably heard of the wisdom of crowds.
A network of links to data visualization resources (blogs, companies, people, tools, frameworks, books…). The network is based upon the words people use to tag these links using Delicious social bookmarking service.
Static and dynamic network visualization with R. This is a comprehensive tutorial on network visualization with R. It covers data input and formats, visualization basics, parameters and layouts for one-mode and bipartite graphs; dealing with multiplex links, interactive and animated visualization for longitudinal networks;
4 Network Visualisation Tools. An increasing volume of research and journalism is using network analysis and visualisation to gain insight into the real world social, political and cultural networks that influence our lives. Take for instance GFK’s analysis of the European political Twittersphere or Gild Lotan’s piece on personalising propoganda in the Israel-Gaza war.
Top 30 Social Network Analysis and Visualization Tools. It allows detailed visualizations of the network data, interactive manipulation of the layout, graph edition and process visualization as well as different input methods and outputs in TeX using Tikz and PSTricks. It can be downloaded as jar archive and can used with Gephi too.
The Annual Report of the ERGO Hestia Group. Each of the visualizations is a result of multistage processing of data, mainly through spreadsheets, network and image analysis software, coding and finally graphic design. My aim was to visualize and materialize abstract numbers and phenomena, giving a tangible shape to them.