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Visualizing Collective Discursive User Interactions in Online Life Science Communities

@article{Murthy2012VisualizingCD,
  title={Visualizing Collective Discursive User Interactions in Online Life Science Communities},
  author={Dhiraj Murthy and Alexander Gross and Stephanie Bond},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1204.3598}
}
This paper highlights the rationale for the development of BioViz, a tool to help visualize the existence of collective user interactions in online life science communities. The first community studied has approximately 22,750 unique users and the second has 35,000. Making sense of the number of interactions between actors in these networks in order to discern patterns of collective organization and intelligent behavior is challenging. One of the complications is that forums - our object of… 

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