As internet research becomes an established field of study for many disciplines, universities and research centers from all around the world are offering courses and training sessions, covering the use of diverse analytic tools for online data collection and analysis.
Researching networks of hyperlinks, text and Twitter from the U.S. General election: It’s happening NOW!
As part of their assessment, students from the Sonic Lab at Northwestern University were requested to work with data from diverse online sources, covering the U.S. general election. The U.S. election is a popular, timely and relevant topic, which has generated a large amount of online data -therefore- possibilities for networks analysis.
The VOSON software was favorably reviewed as part of a study on digital media analytics tools.
10 years ago today, VOSON first became publicly available for academics and students as a web application. This is how it all started...