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Visualization Tools for Analyzing Bibliographic Citations, Social Media, and Other Large Datasets

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Visual analytic tools take advantage of our natural abilities to discover and explore patterns, outliers, trends, and relationships in a structured dataset. We will demonstrate the use of these tools to look at bibliographic citations downloaded from scientific databases, social media content, and other large volume datasets. These tools have unique capabilities with many applications including information and intellectual analysis, strategic planning, and scientific research to help understand the big picture and to formulate questions.

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Start Date

13-2-2015 2:10 PM

End Date

13-2-2015 2:55 PM

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http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/20159

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Visualization Tools for Analyzing Bibliographic Citations, Social Media, and Other Large Datasets

Visual analytic tools take advantage of our natural abilities to discover and explore patterns, outliers, trends, and relationships in a structured dataset. We will demonstrate the use of these tools to look at bibliographic citations downloaded from scientific databases, social media content, and other large volume datasets. These tools have unique capabilities with many applications including information and intellectual analysis, strategic planning, and scientific research to help understand the big picture and to formulate questions.