5 posts tagged graph
Barabási on Post-Reductionism Thinking in Medicine
OpenClass approach to bigdata and analytics.
per an ongoing conversation with colleagues on the origins of network science, curious that this is cited on wikipedia with research dating back to 1925 … I still hold a bias that most of the relevant work on real world networks (that display power-law distributions for instance) is more recent (i.e. coincident with the internet itself, and the focus on data in internet companies), save the hub of work in sociology in the 50s onward … the Erdos-Renyi random graph stuff seams foundational but unsure of the applicability to multi-graphs encompassing many types of vertices and edges.
Hello people in silicon valley, if you have been playing with graphs a la hadoop or single server graphDBs, now is the time to up you game to multigraph and internet scalable. Billion node graphs WERE cool, but now we enter the Titan Era of Trillion node graphDBs.
Catherine Ulisky has painted the connections between the European starlings in these photographs to show the entire flock as one faceted geometric shape.
Ulisky on her work:
My work presents and explores aspects of our surroundings in ways that are new to me, yet faithful to what exists in nature. Carefully observing natural phenomena reminds me constantly of the limitless complexity and wonder of the world we inhabit. It is an exciting, reciprocal process that continually reinvigorates my own appreciation for what is around me.