Two day workshop focusing on the design and understanding of complex networks through mapping and visual analysis. Starting from hands on simple drawing exercises participants gradually build complex compositions in the computer. Emphasis on network topology, relationship types, information modeling, visual analysis, centralization, and clustering. Participants learn the most through observing, sketching, and participating in the discussions.
Graph Commons will be used for the exercises.
PART I: How to map networks?
Graph theory, relationship types, network topologies, modeling
May 11th, Wed
PART II: How to analyze networks?
Centralization, clustering, structural holes
May 12th, Thu
ITU Architecture Dept.
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I came across this post looking into voronoi systems; this looks like an interesting precursor to creating voronoi systems.