Category Archives for ELMCIP

Tutorial: How to explore a network graph of electronic literature in Gephi

We’ve been doing a lot of work lately using Gephi to visualise connections between authors, creative works, critical writing and events in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Base. It’s pretty easy to get started, and here’s a writeup of the quick … Continue reading

28. August 2013 by Jill
Categories: Digital Humanities, Electronic literature, ELMCIP, Social Network Analysis | 3 comments

Beginning a network analysis of creative works of electronic literature as cited in 28 PhD dissertations

Our research group is doing a panel at the ELO conference in Paris this September about ways we can use the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base to better understand the field of electronic literature. I’ve been tasked with going through … Continue reading

05. July 2013 by Jill
Categories: Digital Humanities, Electronic literature, ELMCIP | Tags: , , , , | 3 comments

Data from the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base ready for Gephi

I’m showing students in our student research course DIKULT207: Digital Humanities in Practice: Project Work on Developing a Scholarly Database of Electronic Literature how to use Gephi to visualise data from the ELMCIP database this morning, and I realised we hadn’t put … Continue reading

15. March 2013 by Jill
Categories: Electronic literature, ELMCIP, Social Network Analysis, Teaching | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

Exploring visualisations of electronic literature communities at the Digital Methods Winter School

I’m excited to be off to the Digital Methods Winter School in Amsterdam tomorrow! The first day is a mini conference (and look at all the interesting stuff in the reader!) and then there’s a three day workshop where we … Continue reading

21. January 2013 by Jill
Categories: Electronic literature, ELMCIP, Social Network Analysis | 1 comment

Roberto Simanowski on the Facebook timeline as a “diary”

Roberto Simanowski is giving the second keynote at Remediating the Social. It is titled The Compelling Charm of Numbers: Writing for and Thru the Network of Data, and you can read the full paper in the PDF of the proceedings … Continue reading

02. November 2012 by Jill
Categories: ELMCIP, social media, Visualise me | Leave a comment

Programming for fun, together! Nick Montfort’s keynote at Remediating the Social

[VIdeo of the conference is also available at http://bambuser.com/v/3110251] Remediation of the Social is the international conference that is the highlight of the ELMCIP project, and we’re excited to be here! We not only brought the whole Electronic Literature Research Group … Continue reading

01. November 2012 by Jill
Categories: Electronic literature, ELMCIP | 3 comments

How to model a social network of electronic literature

I’ve been following Lada Adamic’s MOOC* on Social Network Analysis for a few weeks now and am loving it. As I learn more about networks I’m realising how many ways there will be to visualise the connections in the ELMCIP … Continue reading

15. October 2012 by Jill
Categories: ELMCIP, Social Network Analysis | 4 comments

Searching the web for the use of the terms “electronic literature” and “digital literature”

During the Digital Methods mini-workshop that Richard Rogers and Sabine Niederer held for us here in Bergen today I realized that I could quite easily continue my explorations of which words people use about the field of electronic literature using web … Continue reading

11. June 2012 by Jill
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Visting Stanford Literary Lab

Franco Moretti‘s work on “distant reading” (or macroanalysis) has been very inspiring as we have explored what kinds of research we can do using the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base, especially his book Graphs, Maps, Trees: Abstract Models for a … Continue reading

28. April 2012 by Jill
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Relationships between nodes in the RoSE project and the ELMCIP Knowledge Base

Today we met with Alan Liu, Rita Raley, Dana Solomon and Lindsay Thomas of the RoSE project at UCSB. RoSE stands for “research-oriented social environment” and, according to the project description, allows “tracking and integrating relations between authors and documents … Continue reading

26. April 2012 by Jill
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