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It'd be great to work out things in Statnet. I've mostly used this for
data at the country/city level (flights, phone call volumes, hyperlink
volumes, etc.). You have the airline data of course (that's the one
we've used for workshops in the past). Internet Archive data with
geocoded domains and links among them may be useful - I have to check if
we have anything clean enough and small enough to share.
Otherwise, off the top of my head, perhaps this: http://kateto.net/countries
It's from a Lazer Lab + Politico project. The nodes are countries
(geocoded with ggmap to wherever the google maps API pins them). The
weighted links are based on country name co-occurrence in political
documents. The visualizations use ggplot2. Oh, and we did have similar
data at the US-only level too (state co-mentions).
On 1/27/2016 2:09 AM, Skye Bender-deMoll wrote:
> Hi Katya,
> Do you have an example public network dataset with lat-long? Just the
> airports dataset? I've tried to work up network-over-map examples with
> the statnet packages before and had some trouble getting the R map
> projections to work as I expected. i'd be interested in trying it again
> On 01/26/2016 10:16 PM, Katherine Ognyanova wrote:
>> If you happen to use R, somewhat surprisingly the best option for
>> geo-mapping of network data I've found there is in the ggplot2 package
>> (it takes more effort to do this within igraph or Statnet, though it is
Katherine Ognyanova, Ph.D.
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School of Communication and Information
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