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Social Media Data Mining: A Social Network Analysis Of Tweets During The 2010-2011 Australian Floods

@inproceedings{Cheong2011SocialMD,
  title={Social Media Data Mining: A Social Network Analysis Of Tweets During The 2010-2011 Australian Floods},
  author={France Cheong and Christopher Cheong},
  booktitle={PACIS},
  year={2011}
}
Using tweets extracted from Twitter during the Australian 2010-2011 floods, social network analysis techniques were used to generate and analyse the online networks that emerged at that time. The aim was to develop an understanding of the online communities for the Queensland, New South Wales and Victorian floods in order to identify active players and their effectiveness in disseminating critical information. A secondary goal was to identify important online resources disseminated by these… Expand
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