Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Pulitzer-prize-winning journalists tout SNA software

Bill Mitchell (@ Poynter Online) interviews four Washington Post reporters about their Pulitzer-Prize-winning techniques. James Grimaldi highlights Wikipedia and social network analysis as the two biggest revelations to his work that he intends to use more in the future. The use of SNA to cover government scandal has also been prominent at the NY Times, which published this full-page graphic a couple days ago (see also here and here):
Back at the Post, Grimaldi specifically touts i2 Analyst's Notebook, a network-drawing package expressly designed for investigators. Below are a couple screen shots to whet your appetite:

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