Three tools to visualize personal network data – continued
Yesterday, Antonio Casilli and I gave our promised talk on network data visualization. It was an opportunity to discuss the extension of the tools we developed within a given research project to other network studies, and to reflect on the contribution as well as the limitations of data visualizations. Here are our slides:
This blog is about the opportunities and challenges that arise in today’s renewed data landscape for citizens, companies, and society. It also looks at methods of data collection, visualization and analysis that enhance evidence-based understanding of society. Finally, it showcases initiatives to build infrastructures to facilitate access to, and sharing of, socioeconomic data.