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  • From: Antoine Dutot <antoine.dutot AT>
  • To: graphstream-users AT
  • Subject: Re: Internet data with GraphStream
  • Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 16:27:06 +0200

Hi Richard,

This is in fact an old statement (of the old tutorial that we should
not have copied in the new tutorial). We indeed have worked on it,
with classes that extract for example book references from the Amazon
web services and the list of "clients that bought this book also
bought" books to form a graph. However this code is old, and although
we plan to put it and update it in the git repository this is not yet
done. We also have a web pages parser that did not pass the step from
GS 0.4 to GS 1.0, we also should work on it. It was capable of
creating graphs of web links. These classes were "generators", but
since we changed the Generator API (and will again change it in the
near future) they where not updated to the new GS version... time ...


2011/9/26 Richard O. Legendi
<richard.legendi AT>:
> Hi All,
> I found that GS is able to work "from internet data (networks of pages,
> blogs, social, citation);" mentioned on these slides:
> May I ask a bit more information about the topic? Is it about some
> automatic/supported way to e.g. create network from blog or twitter posts or
> something?
> Do you have any tutorials or could you please point me a few classes where I
> could start reading about what features are covered? This sounds very
> interesting.
> Thanks in advance!
> All the best,
> Richard
> --
> Richard O. Legendi
> PhD Student
> Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Informatics
> Department of Programming Languages and Compilers

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