SOCRATES

SOCRATES, is a social-computational system and platform for the study of social media using crowdsourcing. The project will develop a framework and a technical system through which researchers can collect content from one or more social media sources, explore the collected content to help generate hypotheses, and analyze the content the content to produce insights, findings, and research results in true social-computational scale.

Related publications:

Conference Papers

Choi, D., Matni, Z., Shah, C., (2015), Switching Sources: A Study of People’s Exploratory Search Behavior onSocial Media and the Web, Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Association for InformationScience and Technology (ASIS&T), St. Louis, MO.

Poster/Demo

Choi, D., Matni, Z., Shah, C., (2016), What Social Media Data Should I Use in My Research?: A Comparative Analysis of Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, and the New York Times Comments, the 79th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), Copenhagen, Denmark


Choi, D.
, Matni,  Z., Shah, C., (2015), SOCRATES2.0: Bridging the Gap between Researchers and Social Media Data through Natural Language Interactions, the 78th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), St. Louis, MO.

Matni, Z., Choi, D., Shah, C., (2014), A Demonstration of SOCRATES: Streamlining the Collection, Analysis, and Exploration of Social Media Data, the 77th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), Seattle, WA.

 

 

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