Raphael Ottoni

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Online social networks (OSNs) have become popular platforms for people to connect and interact with each other. Among those networks, Pinterest has recently become noteworthy for its growth and promotion of visual over textual content. The purpose of this study is to analyze this imagebased network in a gender-sensitive fashion, in order to understand (i)(More)
Today, it is the norm for online social (OSN) users to have accounts on multiple services. For example, a recent study showed that 34% of all Twitter users also use Pinterest. This situation leads to interesting questions such as: Are the activities that users perform on each site disjoint? Alternatively, if users perform the same actions on multiple sites,(More)
As the area of information visualization grows, a massive amount of visualization techniques has been developed. Consequently, the choice of an appropriate visualization has become more complex, usually resulting in unsatisfactory data analysis. Although there exist models and classifications that could guide the choice of a visualization technique, they(More)
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