Social Network AnalysisNodus Labs

  • Conference Talks Content Profiling Using Text Network Analysis

    Connected topical clusters - text network analysis

    In this case study we demonstrate how text network analysis can be used to identify the main topical threads of a conference that consists of several talks. We also show how it can be used to identify how closely those talks are related as well as to suggest collaborations between the speakers or relevant thematic threads for the audience.

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  • 10 Best Ways to Expand Your Facebook Network

    We’ve been doing social media marketing for several companies over the years using network analysis and came up with these 10 advices to expand your Facebook reach.

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  • Group Profiling Using Text Network Analysis

    Any group of people working together has a field of interests, which can be represented as a network of interrelated concepts. Mark might be interested in studying trends and fashion, while Joanne might be into fashion and arts. Identifying those interests and their relation to one another can be very useful for improving the collaboration, indicating the vantage points as well as the structural gaps within the group.

    Text network analysis can be used for such quick group profiling. The members of the group can write a short text (or be interviewed) outlining their interests. Alternatively, publicly available texts can be used to gather the data. Next, graph visualization of this aggregated text can help identify the most prominent topics and their relations within that text corpus.

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  • Embodying Social Networks Workshop

    Social Constellation network graph

    Networks are everywhere and yet it’s still a very abstract concept. Together with our colleagues from Transnomia Institute we put together a special workshop that offers a very tangible experience of networks to the participants. As a result, they get intuitive and embodied knowledge of various network structures and learn to extend their social skills beyond the common patterns and codes of behavior.

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  • Polysingularity within Socio-Cognitive Networks

    social cognitive network

    Polysingularity is a practice of maintaining several dynamic singularities at once. Within social context this implies the existence of several communities, which are segregated enough to operate independently from one another, but are sufficiently integrated in order to be able to synchronize on the global level.  Together with specialists from Transnomia Institute we developed a social experiment that allows participants to experience polysingularity in a protected social setting. 

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