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That someone would most likely be me -- you can see the results
That site connects the dots on over 400,000 items that Amazon
sells. I haven't done any of the clustering analysis Valdis has
connected; fascinating work.
I've been collecting the data for over six months now, and have
a suite of shell and expect scripts (indispensable for talking
to multiple Unix machines) that are nearly completely autonomous
now. One of the results I publish are charts that highlight
the extremes of the graphs on a monthly basis -- these are based
> Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2003 18:28:03 -0400
> From: Valdis Krebs <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Snowball sampling
> Follow the book links on Amazon, or Barnes & Noble, or other retail sites -- people who bought X also bought Y, people who bought Y also bought Z...
> Here are a few book networks I have done...
> * http://www.orgnet.com/buzznet.html
> * http://www.orgnet.com/leftright.html
> Here is an abbreviated version of a white paper on the topic...
> * http://www.orgnet.com/booknet.html
> I think someone on this list has collected a whole data base of these type of links.
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