[development] SNA - status report
aaron at szentimre.hu
Sat Jun 10 20:56:27 UTC 2006
2006. 06. 10, szombat keltezéssel 13.44-kor Robert Wohleb ezt írta:
> Excuse me if we are not on the same page when it comes to your goals.
> I'm going to be making a few assumptions.
> The graphs you generated are pretty interesting. However, aren't we more
> interested in clustering? Changing to a non-directed graph would
> significantly decrease your data set without really losing much. Also,
> your graphs didn't seem to reflect taxonomy. I think it would be very
> valuable to visualize clustering of user posts around subjects.
It's another Summer of Code project here:
http://2006.planet-soc.com/node/248 - Content Recommedation Engine. I
think this engine should clustering nodes around subjects.
I'll do experiments with undirected graphs too. In my humble opinion the
real social networks are directed (for example: famous person, many
in-edge and relatively few out-edge).
> Also, check out Dan Kaminsky's network graph experiments. Besides his
> unique DNS hacks, he has generated some LARGE, and beautiful, network
> traffic graphs. He also uses Drupal :)
I'm going to study his solution to handle large graph-visualizing.
Thanks for the feedback,
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