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Network Analysis and the Law — 3D-Hi-Def Visualization of the Time Evolving Citation Network of the United States Supreme Court

What are some of the key takeaway points? (1) The Supreme Court’s increasing reliance upon its own decisions over the 1800-1830 window. (2) The important role of maritime/admiralty law in the early years of the Supreme Court’s citation network. At … Continue reading

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Homo Electronicus {via Law Technology News}

From the article: “We can’t imagine a competent lawyer not knowing how to find a document in a file folder or cabinet; yet, oddly, we can’t imagine a lawyer knowing how to fashion a competent electronically stored information search protocol … Continue reading

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Le Graph du Code Civil en Ligne – Interactive Network Visualization of French Civil Code

<HT: Robert Richards from Legal Informatics Blog >

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6,000 Pages Tell the World’s History [via GE Data Visualization]

“It’s true. We’ve scanned 6,000 pages of GE’s annual reports to build this interactive visualization. But why? What’s the point? Not only does this provide a rich history of how GE has always been at work building, moving, powering and … Continue reading

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Interactive Dynamics for Visual Analysis (By Jeffrey Heer & Ben Shneiderman)

From the Abstract: “The increasing scale and availability of digital data provides an extraordinary resource for informing public policy, scientific discovery, business strategy, and even our personal lives. To get the most out of such data, however, users must be … Continue reading

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Health InfoScape [ via GE Data Visualization Lab ]

From the GE Page: “When you have heartburn, do you also feel nauseous? Or if you’re experiencing insomnia, do you tend to put on a few pounds, or more? By combing through 7.2 million of our electronic medical records, we … Continue reading

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Network Analysis and Law Tutorial

0. Final Version of Slides from the Network Analysis and Law Tutorial @ Jurix 2011 – Network Analysis and Law: Introductory Tutorial @ Jurix 2011 Meeting View more presentations from Daniel Katz 1. Brief Description of the Tutorial – Prior … Continue reading

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21st Century Legal Informatics: Part 1, Introduction [Cross Post MJB II Blog]

Dan and I have written and spoken on legal informatics many times.  Inevitably these conversations come to the same cut-and-paste list of informatics examples from legal search/retrieval and decision making.  It’s struck me that these examples fall into two categories. … Continue reading

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The Dodd Frank Visualization Collection (Art Exhibition) [ via FT Alphaville ]

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People Movin – A Visualization of Migration Flows from Around the World

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Aaron Koblin: Artfully Visualizing Our Humanity [ Ted 2011 ]

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David Christian: Big History [ TED 2011 ]

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The Patent Conference @ KU Law

Today, I am traveling to Kansas for The Patent Conference (aka Pat Con). Tomorrow, I will be presenting our methods paper Distance Measure for Dynamic Citation Networks (published in the Statistical Mechanics Journal – Physica A in October 2010). While … Continue reading

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JLE Law Prof Article

Welcome to the Online Supplement for Reproduction of Hierarchy? A Social Network Analysis of the American Law Professoriate, 61 Journal of Legal Education 1 (2011) by Daniel Martin Katz, Joshua R. Gubler, Jon Zelner, Michael Bommarito, Eric Provins, and Eitan … Continue reading

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Six Degrees of Marbury v. Madison : A Sink Based Visualization [v2]

The visualization above is something we are calling the “six degrees” of Marbury v. Madison.  It was originally produced for use in our paper Distance Measures for Dynamic Citation Networks. Due to space considerations, we ended up leaving it on the cutting … Continue reading

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The Development of Structure in the Citation Network of the United States Supreme Court — Now in HD! [Repost]

What are some of the key takeaway points? (1) The Supreme Court’s increasing reliance upon its own decisions over the 1800-1830 window. (2) The important role of maritime/admiralty law in the early years of the Supreme Court’s citation network. At … Continue reading

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