After visualizing chat room dialogue earlier this week, I thought it might be neat to try and visualize some Twitter dialogue from the #LAK11 course. For some reason I thought it would be simple to extract tweets from Twitter for analysis. It wasn’t! So if you happen to know an easier way please leave a […]
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Month: January 2011
We have been playing with the social network analysis (SNA) tool NodeXL this week as part of the Learning and Knowledge Analytics 2011 course. NodeXL is a plug in for Excel 2007/2010 which allows you to visualize networks of interactions. I have to say, it is a pretty neat tool! We have produced some awesome […]
A few mobile photos from the start of the year. Sorry about the quality, I vow to get a better quality camera phone soon!
by moppet65535 How many floppy discs would you need to install: Adobe Photoshop CS4 = 358 disks The Sims 3 = 1760 disks Firefox 3 = 12 disks Figures Approximate – Source It’s hard to imagine but only 10-15 years ago we carried around media which held 1.2 megabytes of data. Remember the good old floppy […]