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Resource ID: #994
Subject: 338
Source: Robert Anglen; David Donald - 0Robert Anglen; David Donald
Affiliation: The Arizona Republic; Center for Public IntegrityThe Arizona Republic; Center for Public Integrity
Date: 1905-07-02



From terrorists to fraudsters, from lobbyists to property flippers, social network analysis can help your investigation by allowing you to see connections between individuals and organizations. Uncover relationships you didn't know existed and show your audience graphic representations of links you've documented. This session will serve as an introduction to social network analysis and get users up to speed on the best ways to start using the method in their newsrooms. It will give you practical approaches for applying this technology to stories you are currently working.

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