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Graphing the ruby community

From: user 7.
Sent on: Monday, February 22, 2010 6:19 PM
I thought you guys might find this fun.  I read a post on "Algorithmic recruitment with GitHub" recently, where the author used GitHub and the Betweenness Centrality algorithm to find Github's most central coders in a given city.  He ran it on Berlin and SF, but not NY, so I thought I'd run it on our local community and see what the results looked like.  If you're interested, check out my blog piece:­




Jim Lindstrom
Columbia Business School, Class of 2010
Email: [address removed]
Twitter: @jimlindstrom

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