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This is a neat application of PieSpy.
Donald Knuth also did some nice work about ten years ago on the social
networks of characters in a number of famous works of fiction. I
particularly remember David Copperfield, Anna Karenina, and Les Miserables,
but I think there were others. These were two-mode networks representing
co-occurrence in scenes, and hence they contain the same sort of
time-dependence info that the PieSpy work does. The reference is
D. E. Knuth, The Stanford GraphBase: A Platform for Combinatorial
Computing, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA (1993).
On Thursday 11 March 2004 10:02 am, Valdis wrote:
> Interesting source of social network data. The networks change from
> scene to scene... including animations.
> Very cool.
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