Do you like to dance? I do. So, one morning in Berlin, after a long partying night, I was going back home with a friend, and a morbid theme came up: why do we have to be buried or cremated after death, and not taxidermied, implanted with an robotic skeleton, animated with your own previously movements, and let to dance the eternity away? Turns out there are some good and
This is a short update on previous post, which is a static visualization of relatedness between movies, genres and tags, as seen on IMDB. It’s produced from the same dataset of around 15,000 films, grabbed from IMDB. It shows the social network of actors and its growth and changes over time.Every movie was analyzed, and a network constructed such that actors that worked together in a movie are connected. This
This is a simple how-to on publishing Gephi graphs in a tile-based, zoomable map suitable for online presentation. It’s intended for Gephi users, who find other solutions lacking, or would simply like to learn to publish in a free, cloud-based service. If you have a Gephi graph and would like to publish it, you can export node and edge data in one of standard formats and use it to render
A typical Hollywood story always portraits life in a twisted way. Movies are infused with values. There are typical stories: justice always prevails in the end, even if it means the death of a good guy; the coming-of-age story, in which hero becomes a man, the revenge story, in which the hero is wronged in the beginning, and must regain his life and justice in the course of the film.