Here are the first few graphs I’ve drawn (using NodeXL) of the AOM 2010 tweet network. On first glance, we see that tweeting a lot does not appear to correlate highly with centrality or degree. Also, the network is fairly well connected – see the few isolates at the bottom of each graph. Each graph uses the Fruchterman-Reingold layout algorithm; the only changes are the vertex size (degree, betweenness centrality, or number of tweets). More details to come. I’ll update the data again after the conference ends; here’s the dataset I used to draw these graphs.
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