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Web Observatory Workshop today at WWW2013

A reminder to those of you at WWW2013 in Rio – our workshop today is in room Queluz II and runs from 1pm-8pm. Our keynote speaker is Professor Ramesh Jain at 5pm on “Observing Personal and Societal Health using EventShop” . The workshop program is on and our twitter hashtag is #WOW2013

— Dave

Session 3 13:00-14:30 OBSERVATORY CASE STUDIES

Introduction to workshop and participant intros (please indicate if you wish to give a short talk later)

* Karissa Mckelvey and Filippo Menczer. Design and Prototyping of a Social Media Observatory

* Jérôme Kunegis. KONECT – The Koblenz Network Collection

Marie Joan Kristine Gloria, Deborah L. McGuinness, Joanne S. Luciano and Qingpeng Zhang.Exploration in Web Science: Instruments for Web Observatories

Session 4 15:00-16:30  USING OBSERVATORIES

* Nattiya Kanhabua and Wolfgang Nejdl. Understanding the Diversity of Tweets in the Time of Outbreaks

Ramine Tinati, Thanassis Tiropanis and Leslie Carr. An Approach for Using Wikipedia to Measure the Flow of Trends across Countries

Ionut Trestian, Chunjing Xiao and Aleksandar Kuzmanovic. A Glance at an Overlooked Part of the World Wide Web

Short introductions of other observatory activities represented in the room


Keynote: Prof Ramesh Jain “Observing Personal and Societal Health using EventShop”

Patrice Seyed, Tim Lebo, Evan Patton, James Mccusker and Deborah McGuinness.SemantEco: A Next-Generation Web Observatory

Ernesto Diaz-Aviles. Living Analytics Methods for the Web Observatory

Session 6 18:30-20:00 OBSERVATORY ECOSYSTEM

* Paul Booth, Paul Gaskell and Christopher Hughes. The Economics of Data: Quality, Value & Exchange in Web Observatories

Ian Brown, Wendy Hall and Lisa Harris. From search to observation

Discussion of the future Web Observatory R&D agenda

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