Introduction to Network Analysis and Visualization Using Gephi
A network is a way of specifying relationships among a collection of entities. Networks come up in a variety of situations; for example, they can describe relationships between characters in literary works, how authors cite each other in a particular discipline or how people interact on social media.
Through a combination of lecture and hands-on activities, this 2.5-hour online workshop will provide an introduction to network analysis and visualization using a free, open-source tool called Gephi. For our examples, we will be starting with smaller networks, looking at relationships between characters in the play Romeo and Juliet, and movie actors that work together on the same films.
A link to join the event online will be sent to registrants.