[Air-L] Help for link visualization sw

Robert Ackland robert.ackland at anu.edu.au
Thu Mar 25 15:49:17 PDT 2010


You might like to have a look at VOSON (http://voson.anu.edu.au), a 
web-based tool for collecting and analyzing hyperlink network data. 
It does what you are asking for.  It is also available as a plugin to 
NodeXL (http://nodexl.codeplex.com).  It is currently available for 
academics/students only, but from July will be available more generally.


Dr Robert Ackland
Fellow and Masters Coordinator, Australian Demographic and Social 
Research Institute, The Australian National University

e-mail:   robert.ackland at anu.edu.au
homepage: http://adsri.anu.edu.au/people/robert.php
project:  http://voson.anu.edu.au

Information about the Master of Social Research
(Social Science of the Internet specialisation):

Mattia Miani wrote:
> Hi! I am in the process of analyzing a set of websites belonging to a public administration (around 100 sites) and I like to analyze and visualize the way they link to each other. 
> Is there any software designed to do just that? In my mind, the user should be able to submit to the sw the urls to be scanned and the sw should be able to generate a visual report indentifying relationships between the different websites... but maybe I am just dreaming.
> Thanks for any help
> Mattia Miani
> Alma Graduate School - University of Bologna
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