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BRANDES, Ulrik, Linton C. FREEMAN, Dorothea WAGNER, 2010. Social networks. In: TAMASSIA, Roberto, ed.. Handbook of graph drawing and visualization. London:Chapman & Hall, pp. 805-839. ISBN 978-1-58488-412-5

@incollection{Brandes2010Socia-24431, title={Social networks}, year={2010}, isbn={978-1-58488-412-5}, address={London}, publisher={Chapman & Hall}, booktitle={Handbook of graph drawing and visualization}, pages={805--839}, editor={Tamassia, Roberto}, author={Brandes, Ulrik and Freeman, Linton C. and Wagner, Dorothea} }

eng 2013-09-25T08:11:42Z Handbook of graph drawing and visualization / Roberto Tamassia (ed.). - London : Chapman & Hall, 2010. - S. 805-839. - ISBN 978-1-584-88412-5 terms-of-use Freeman, Linton C. Freeman, Linton C. Brandes, Ulrik Social networks provide a rich source of graph drawing problems, because they appear in an incredibly wide variety of forms and contexts. After sketching the scope of social network analysis, we establish some general principles for social network visualization before finally reviewing applications of, and challenges for, graph drawing methods in this area. Other accounts more generally relating to the status of visualization in social network analysis are given, e.g., in [Klo81, BKR+99, Fre00, Fre05, BKR06]. Surveys that are more comprehensive on information visualization approaches, interaction, and network applications from social media are given in [CM11, RF10, CY10]. 2010 Wagner, Dorothea Wagner, Dorothea Brandes, Ulrik Social networks 2013-09-25T08:11:42Z

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