Network Analysis Workshop

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Network Analysis Workshop

What you will produce:

A network visualization: online version

What you need

Gephi (free, open-source, works on Mac/Windows, combines analysis and visualization)

2. DATA:
Two data sets: 

  • Airlines -- a sample dataset from the Gephi website (GEXF file). 
  • Fowler -- a data set that Miriam Posner created: (CSV file). 

Data sets from other workshops:

  • Facebook (a choice)
  •  Download Icelandic manuscript network (CSV file) This data set was derived from the XML files made available at:
  • Sheet Music: publishers and composers (CSV file) This data set was derived from UCLA's Digital Library Collection of Popular American Sheet Music.



Librarian for Digital Research and Scholarship

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Zoe Borovsky
phone: 310-825-4954