Monday, June 13, 2005

Enronic: a new email-based network visualization tool

Those of you who took my advice two weeks ago and are trying to load two years of Enron's email into TeCFlow may also want to take a look at Enronic, specially created for that very purpose by Jeffrey Heer, a CS PhD student at UC Berkley. Enronic was recently featured on boingboing. For additional background reading you can also see the recent proceedings of last week's Email archive visualization workshop at the University of Maryland.

I haven't put the pieces of Enronic together myself yet but the publicity looks pretty hot.

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