You probably use Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn at least somewhat regularly. In fact, you probably use at least one of these social networks all the time. You also probably think you have a good handle on how to make the most of each of these services, but as it turns out, there are a…
None of us are perfect and we all make mistakes. While some photographers might be naturally gifted, and just do amazing work from the moment a camera is put into their hands, that is not the case for most of us. Chances are, if you are new to photography, you are going to muck things …
Socilab is a free tool that allows users to visualize and analyze their LinkedIn network. It works with the LinkedIn API to a) calculate structural hole metrics such as network density, hierarchy and constraint - and displays your percentile compared to other users of the tool, and b) display a dynamic/interactive visualization of your ego network with node coloring by industry and an option to enable/disable connections to self using D3.js. Users might find it useful for class tutorials. Former users of the now deprecated LinkedIn inMaps may find this to be a useful alternative.
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