Visualising and exploiting Network Structures with Python and Networkx

How would you visualise a complex social system or the evolution of the influenza virus? Possibly a histogram or a very large number of pie charts? Unlikely, with any great elegance or efficiency…

Network theory and the analysis of network data structures allow us to better understand measures of influence, popularity and centrality in a network powered by mature statistical approaches.

Sharing for the win

This morning I was fortunate enough to be invited to talk at Data Science Breakfast Sydney Meetup: Dan Bridgman on Visualising and Exploiting Network Structures with Python Geoff Pidcock

Always great to network and talk with others and I’ve attached my slide deck from this talk to this blog post. I think the session was also recorded so as soon that is available i’ll try and upload that here too!

Have a read and comment on what you think, always keen to hear what others think!

Visualising and Exploiting Network Structures with Python and Networkx

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