S •Diameter - the largest distance in the (connected) network •Density - the proportion of all possible ties that are actually present •Reciprocity - the likelihood of edges in a directed network to be mutually linked •Modularity - the strength of division of a network into clusters •Degree Centrality – risk of node catching whatever is flowing through a network •Closeness Centrality – average length of the shortest path between the node and all other nodes in the graph •Betweenness Centrality - quantifies the number of times a node acts as a bridge along the shortest path between two other nodes •Eigenvector Centrality - a measure of the influence of a node in a network •
T U D E N T Diameter: 7 Density: 0.0036 or .3% Reciprocity: 0.184 Large diameter Not very dense One-way connections Takeaway: A few key hubs related to the hashtag use with connection among and between. Definitely a conversation happening that’s worth fostering.
Diameter: 10 Density: 0.00070 Reciprocity: 0.038 Large diameter Takeaway: Lots of diverse, unconnected conversations. But some clear hubs of people worth exploring to determine what they are talking about.
W O R K S Role Betweeness Degree Characteristics Gate Keepers Important Role In Activity Removal May Fragment Network Highly Visible May Have Info About Others In The Network Involved In Lots Of Activity, But Do Not Pay A Unique Role Central Figures Very Visible And Central Role Key Figures To Gather Info