Mining and Visualizing Data from the Social Web

A session at OSCON 2011

Tuesday 26th July, 2011

9:00am to 12:30pm (PST)

This lab teaches you how to harvest, store, analyze, and visualize data from the most popular social networking sites (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) with Python, pragmatic storage technologies like Redis and CouchDB, and popular visualization tools like Graphviz and JavaScript toolkits.

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Matthew Russell

Specializing in data mining/visualization, agile web solutions, software development and other forms of applied computer science. See also bio from Twitter

Next session in E143/144

1:30pm Building Social Applications with StatusNet by Zach Copley, Brion Vibber and Evan Prodromou

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Time 9:00am12:30pm PST

Date Tue 26th July 2011


E143/144, Oregon Convention Center

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Books by speaker

  • Mining the Social Web: 2nd Edition
  • Mining the Social Web
  • Dojo: The Definitive Guide

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