All social media contain social networks – now get connected insights in just a few clicks! DiscoverText now exports network data files called GraphML that can be imported into the NodeXL Pro social network analysis platform. Use NodeXL Pro to get insights into the key people at the center of the hashtag, group, or channel data you get from DiscoverText. NodeXL Pro applies network analysis to find the clusters, groups, communities, and neighborhoods that segment your data. Each group is easily compared based on their use of words, hashtags and URLs. Automated network visualization maps and reports allow new NodeXL Pro users to quickly get advanced results using freely available data “recipes”.
How to Get Started
All DiscoverText users can export their archives, buckets, and datasets in .graphml format, which is ready for import into NodeXL Pro. If you can make a pie chart, you can now make a network chart with NodeXL Pro that highlights key features of collections of connections in just a few clicks. NodeXL Pro is available from: https://nodexlgraphgallery.
org/Pages/Registration.aspx. NodeXL Pro requires recent versions of Windows and Office. Mac users are encouraged to use a Windows virtual machine to access NodeXL. NodeXL Pro users can import data from DiscoverText via the following easy steps: NodeXL > Data > Import > From GraphML. NodeXL “recipes” for a variety of social media networks including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, flickr, and more can be found at: http://www.smrfoundation.org/ nodexl/automation/.