Cliques

If you’re not a computer scientist, probably you think of cliques like in the movie Mean Girls. A bunch of people who talk the same and look the same and act the same… To computer scientists (well, not all of them – I’m more inclined to think about Mean Girls to be honest) cliques are […]

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Visualizing your Twitter Conversations: Rationale

I’ve frankly been amazed by the number of hits I’ve had on my Twitter Graphs since I put them up yesterday. This is the first phase of something I’m working on, so I’m going to write a little about the logic behind it here. Suggestions or thoughts are very welcome! There was a time when […]

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Twitter Graphs

UPDATE 9/10: Insight into how this works and the rationale behind this in this post. So after my last post I received a couple of graph requests. Here’s @map_maker‘s, see how I’ve added the directionality. This one took a long time to build. She talks to a lot of people who talk to a lot […]

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Visualizing Your Twitter Network

This is what I’ve been working on lately – it graphs who you’re having a conversation with on Twitter (and who they’re having a conversation with). I’ve got some more stuff to add to it, but I’m pretty happy with how little time this has taken (coding time, perhaps 10 hours?). There were 3 phases […]

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