Graphic network analysis in the humanities: tools and perspectives

Spatial and graphic technologies including GIS, spatial and graphic network analysis, georeferencing and data visualization in general are increasingly used in the arts and humanities. In this session we will focus upon graphic network analysis (graphic SNA). We will discuss the programs that can be used (eg. Netdraw, Gephi,..), but also the data-requirements and methodological challenges. Where and how can we learn working with this software? Does graphic SNA require different scholarly publication platforms and strategies? What are your experiences? Why do(n’t) you consider using digital tools for the analyses of presentations of (part of) your research?

See you on tuesday,
Hans en Christophe

Categories: Data Mining, Mapping, Session Proposals, Visualization |

About Christophe Verbruggen