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Networks, Crowds, and Markets

I’ve had “Networks, Crowds, and Markets: Reasoning About a Highly Connected World” by David Easley and Jon Kleinberg on my bookshelf for a few months now, and a conversation with a client reminded me that I hadn’t finished reading it (barely started really). It is available from Cambridge University Press, but also on the web and in PDF format.
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JUNG in Neo4j – Part 2

A few weeks ago I showed you how to visualize a graph using the chord flare visualization and how to visualize a network using a force directed graph visualization from D3.js.

On Twitter Claire Willett from Riparian Data asked:

This post on Graphs Beyond the Hairball by Robert Kosara explains why some non-traditional graph visualizations may work better and links us to an article explaining what a Node Quilt is and how it’s useful. We’re going to just take the first step and build a Matrix representation of a graph. We will use one of the JUNG clustering algorithms to help us understand it.
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