Tag Archives: visualization

TwitterFriends: Overlapping networks

One of the new features of TwitterFriends is a visualization of your incoming and outgoing networks. Remember: Your incoming network includes all Twitter users that replied or referred to you on Twitter the last 30 days at least twice. And the outgoing network - your relevant net - includes all Twitter users you referred or [...]

Visualizing Twitter networks

Now, I’ve finally rolled out the network visualization mode for TwitterFriends. It does not show the entire network of Twitter contacts (followees and followers) because it would simply be too large and confusing. Also, it would be not very meaningful, since contacts are easier added than removed. Therefore, only the “relevant network” of contacts, a [...]

Map of connections between Web 2.0 companies and investors

Here are two new maps I created with Pajek (which unfortunately cannot display graphics as nodes) using the Crunchbase API. This time they are about the connections between a number of Web 2.0 startups by their common investors and between these investors.
If, for example, the same financial organization or person is investing both in Twitter [...]

Who’s investing in microblogging and lifestreaming?

Want to know which venture capitalist invested in which web 2.0-company? Take a look at Crunchbase. It’s all there. And the best thing is: it has a beautiful and responsive API. I couldn’t resist downloading a few entries from this database to visualize the network of investors and companies that’s evolving around the new microblogging [...]

My social network on Friendfeed

How does my second order social network on Friendfeed look like? A network analytical exploration.
As the six degrees of separation experiment by Stanley Milgram went through press and social media again, I thought it would be nice to visualize my Friendfeed connections. I wrote a quick php hack that downloaded all my connections and my [...]