[CITASA] Text mining Fcaebook data

Alladi Venkatesh avenkate at uci.edu
Tue May 5 11:36:51 EDT 2015


This is fabulous. Thank you, thank you.

 I can't thank you enough!!

alladi


Alladi Venkatesh
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-----Original Message-----
From: Philip N. Howard [mailto:pnhoward at uw.edu] 
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There are two exercises on mapping social networks with facebook data, including step by step NodeXL one, in the appendix of my book on Castells (prepub version attached).
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From: CITASA [mailto:citasa-bounces at list.citasa.org] On Behalf Of Anatoliy Gruzd
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Hi Alladi, 

You can collect comments and first-level replies for public Facebook groups and pages using Netlytic:
https://netlytic.org/home/

Here is a Youtube tutorial:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JptSa3nX950


Good luck with your research! 


Best,
Anatoliy


On Tue, May 5, 2015 at 8:17 AM, Steven Corman <steve.corman at asu.edu <mailto:steve.corman at asu.edu> > wrote:


	It is difficult because of limitations Facebook places on its API, namely that you can only retrieve data from the friends of the person logged in.  There is a plugin for NodeXL <http://nodexl.codeplex.com/>  that allows you to do that, and I suppose you could have some sort of procedure where participants come to a lab and log in to have their data downloaded.  I can’t remember how much of the text content that app retrieves, though.  It’s mainly for network analysis.

	 

	Steve

	 

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	Can anybody shed light and provide any source(s) on Text mining Facebook data? Emphasis: Facebook 

	 

	Thank you.

	 

	Alladi Venkatesh

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	The Paul Merage School of Business

	University of California 

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