Much like deep sea fishing, data trawling is a bit more of a catch-all than a targeted pull of specific data-points, but from that larger less focused catch you can then drill down very specifically and effectively. For example, if you import data into a tool like Gephi you can potentially see interactions and comments from each member of a… Read more →
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