Tag Archives: social research

An interview about digital data and the future of social research

The second interview I did with Mark Carrigan focused on questions around digital data and the future of social research. We focused on the importance of digital data, why I matters, how we can cope with it and what it … Continue reading

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Using social media data to do social research

My article ‘Using Social Media Data Aggregators to do Social Research’ has been published in Sociological Research Online. This piece looks at how commercial forms of software can be used extract and analyse data from social media. I’ve tried to … Continue reading

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Miso project visualisation tool

Following up on my previous post here is a data visualisation resource called the miso project.

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Data artists playing with data

Here is a post and video about a data artist called Jer Thorp. Seems he is at least partly based at The New York Times. There is some interesting work being done by these data artists and visualisers. It’s becoming … Continue reading

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