Tag Archives for visualisation

New paper: Visualising Networks of Electronic Literature: Dissertations and the Creative Works They Cite

Over the last year I’ve spent many hours going through dissertations on electronic literature, entering information about them and the creative works they cite into the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base so that I could visualize the networks of works. … Continue reading

07. July 2014 by Jill
Categories: Digital Humanities, Electronic literature | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Visual histories of genre

Jesper Juul has become interested in visualisations of genre histories, and in a blog post yesterday he both showed the above visualisation of the history of film genres, based on 2000 US films, and linked to his own article on … Continue reading

03. November 2012 by Jill
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Wikipedia edits visualised by gender and location

The Association of Internet Researchers has an amazingly useful mailing list where scholars discuss topics and often compile wonderful lists of resources and papers on particular topics. The archives are online, and subscription is free. Currently there’s a discussion of … Continue reading

17. August 2012 by Jill
Categories: Networked Politics, social media | Tags: , | 1 comment

Connecting all your social media to make a scrapbook

After my last post about visualizations of personal data, Guttorm Hveem suggested trying Memolane, a service that gathers all your social media feeds into a scrapbook that you can either keep private or make public. So of course I signed … Continue reading

10. April 2012 by Jill
Categories: social media, Visualise me | Tags: | 4 comments

Playing with visualisations

Today the students and I have played around with visualizations in Google Fusion and Manyeyes. Scott has exported data from the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base, so we’ve been making pie charts and timelines and maps and so forth. Here … Continue reading

27. March 2012 by Jill
Categories: Electronic literature, Teaching | Tags: , , | Leave a comment