Network mapping on LinkedIn

February 12, 2011 at 5:45 pm Leave a comment

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The online networking site LinkedIn has introduced quite a new interesting feature where you can make a network map of your contacts – mine is found above.  How it works is that it assign colors based on how all of the people in your network — such as people you went to school with, friends or colleagues — are interconnected – so the different colors represent your main “groups”.

You can try it our here>>

Entry filed under: Network analysis & mapping.

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