[img: Scott Weingart, Networks Demystified, 2014］
Network graphs and network spatialization software lurk constantly in the background of our seminar and are a core tool in the visualization of digitally derived data (think Rogers, Leydersdorff, Cointet, Lermercier and Marres). But it is not a topic that we’ve addressed head on yet.
For those who have not yet had the pleasure of tinkering around with Gephi, CoreText Manager or other software, or for those looking for a little primer on networks, here is a very helpful step-by-step introduction by Scott Weingert, from the Information Science Department at the University of Indiana, to how to think about data through networks, and how to think about when a network might or might not be useful to use with a given dataset.
More info here.