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#SNA : Google+ Ripples show influence and how posts are shared

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luiy's curator insight, May 16, 2013 10:50 AM

Posts and links get shared over and over again, but we usually don't know how. We get counts, but who shares what and how far do does a link reach? Google+ Ripples gives you a peak into the process. A link or status is posted, and like when a pebble is dropped in a pond, a pattern forms outwards.

 

The above, for example, is the view for Sergey Brin's update when Steve Jobs passed away. Each circle represents a share, and arrows indicate the direction of a share. Larger circles indicate heavier resharing.

 
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SNA and changes in electoral preferences :: Social network analysis in practice

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Needs and wants in the market research space #MRX | The ...

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Needs and wants in the market research space #MRX. Nanaimo bars, with flash. You need to get a $15 hair cut at Top Cuts but you want a $600 hair cut at Sally Hershbergers. You need to a bus pass but you want a ...
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Using Social Media for Market Research

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When it comes to access to public opinion, companies have more access to their customers and potential customers than ever before.


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WORDij Semantic Network Tools

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Overview of WORDij WORDij is a family of various programs designed to automate content analysis a substantial amount. The software runs on Windows 32-bit and 64-bit, Mac 32-bit and 64-bit, and Linux 74-bit OS. WORDij runs very efficiently and therfore is fast.This is because the basic tools are written in C++ and optimized considerably. Java is used only for the Graphical User Interface. The suite can run data files as large as 550 megabytes with 8 gigabytes of RAM on a 64-bit machine. Small files with only 10s or 100s of documents can also be effectively analyzed. Files analyzed are in UTF-8 format, so the programs can handle languages with graphic characters such as Chinese or Russian. WordLink, a program that moves a window through text to count word pairs, is proximity based, and therefore is more precise than "bag of words" programs. By using an "include list," the opposite of "drop list or stop list," networks among the included words only can be analyzed.. For example, a list of persons' names can be entered and news documents or meeting notes can be run to find the network of persons based on their co-occurrence closely in texts such as news stories


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SNA: Analysis of group dynamics of the Czech Cabinet of Ministers :: Social network analysis in practice

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How to analyze target group quickly and easily - Interest positioning :: Social network analysis in practice

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The new market research professional | DisCoverage

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'It's not about what you cover, it's about what you discover."
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