Analyzing user behavior of the micro-blogging website Sinaweibo during hot social events

@inproceedings{Guan2013AnalyzingUB,
  title={Analyzing user behavior of the micro-blogging website Sinaweibo during hot social events},
  author={Wanqiu Guan and Haoyu Gao and Mingmin Yang and Yuan Li and Haixin Ma and Weining Qian and Zhigang Cao and Xiaoguang Yang},
  year={2013}
}
The spread and resonance of users’ opinions on SinaWeibo, the most popular micro-blogging website in China, are tremendously influential, having signif icantly affected the processes of many real-world hot social events. We select 21 hot events that were widely discussed on SinaWeibo in 2011, and do some statistical analyses. Our main findings are that (i) male users are more likely to be involved, (ii) messages that contain pictures and those posted by verified users are more likely to be… CONTINUE READING
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