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Graphs and networks for surveys analysis

I think it was fantastic to visualize data from surveys with graphs and networks. Advertisements

Three charts to explore car types

I have a table with data about cars and fuel type. And I do a graph with OpenOffice Calc: And this one: And, hacking CIRCOS, I have made this graph: What do you prefer? Do you want to see body-style and fuel-type? 😀

Social network analysis (SNA) to surveys analysis

I want to do surveys analysis with social network analysis tools. Let’s start!

Places with a mathematical interest

I created (2008) a website to show some places around the world, with a mathematical interest: history, architecture, people, etc. I hacked SIMILE Project tool -from MIT- with Weebly (a free website and free blog creator): Mathourism = Math + Tourism Mathematical Tourism – A mathematical journey around the world Places with a mathematical historic … Continue reading

My law about information management: Who knows, attracts

My ‘Law of gravitation’ about information management: ‘Who knows, attracts’ . It was selected for ‘Más allá de Google’, a book published by Infonomia. [html] [pdf]

The role of the psychologist in social networks

Here, your can see my presentation about ‘The role of the psychologist in social networks’. It was a roundtable with Col·legi Oficial de Psicòlegs de Catalunya, at Barcelona (2010).  

pdf files embedded in wordpress

pdf files embedded in wordpress, from GoogleDocs, with this code: [ googleapps domain = “docs” dir = “viewer” query = “a = v & pid = explorer & chrome = false & amp; embedded = true & srcid = id_from_file_uploaded_at_GoogleDocs & hl = en ” width = ” 90% ” height = ” 400 ” … Continue reading

mp3 files embedded in wordpress

mp3 files embedded in wordpress, from GoogleDocs, with this code: [ audio = https : // docs . google . com / uc ? id = id_from_file_uploaded_at_GoogleDocs & hl = en_US ]   Examples: She: Nostalgia: Lullaby: Town square:

Conditions for a fair democratic voting system

Speaking of democracy, now I speak of Arrow’s theorem. Suppose we want a democratic system that meets the following conditions: There will not be a dictator: a single person will not decide for everyone. We can order all the preferences of voters. The overall preference of the total of voters is supported, indeed, by people … Continue reading

Twitter and the revolution in Egypt

And here we see another example with which to analyze facts and events differently:   I’m already using the software that allows this type of analysis: SoNIA – Social Network Image Animator