Twitter Network Analysis and Visualisation with Netlytic and Gephi 0.9.1

Data visualisation has always had importance in social sciences. Visualising data has several advantages including but not limited to making sense of complex issues in an easier and appealing way. This post will serve as a tutorial for researchers and enthusiasts around the world who are interested in making sense of Twitter data and visualising social networks in general. Continue reading “Twitter Network Analysis and Visualisation with Netlytic and Gephi 0.9.1”

The Illusion of Opposition on Turkish Twitter – Continued Here (part 2 – live in some way)

This is a follow up post on my Beacon article. I thought some people might have questions about the limitations of that particular piece of analysis, as I analysed data about a partly conservative hashtag. I already mentioned in the Beacon post that I can reproduce (and I have) the same results with other types of hashtags and topics, but why take my word for it? I decided to blog my results from additional analyses here. I have already deleted my previous data sets on non-politicised and opposition-like topics, so I will analyse a few other hashtags -on Twitter- that communicate opposition ideas, and post only a few details here. Continue reading “The Illusion of Opposition on Turkish Twitter – Continued Here (part 2 – live in some way)”