Link Analysis Software Training Afternoon

2pm-5pm Thursday 15 June, 2006
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This will be a demonstration and practical sessions with the following programs
SocSciBot and SocSciBot Tools - link analysis for collections of web sites. (http://socscibot.wlv.ac.uk)
LexiURL - link analysis for individual web sites or collections of web pages. (http://cybermetrics.wlv.ac.uk/LexiURL/)
Google/MSN/Yahoo! automatic query submission programs - these allow the automatic submission of thousands of searches (http://cybermetrics.wlv.ac.uk/LexiURL/help/UsingGoogleAPI.htm).

Training and software are both free but please email m.thelwall {at} wlv.ac.uk to book a place as numbers are limited. Include in your email the following information.
(a) Name:
(b) Email:
(c) University or other organisation:
(d) PhD title (if applicable) and reason for wanting to attend (1 sentence maximum):
(e) I give my permission for my email address to be circulated to other attendees: Yes/No

If you would like to stay in Wolverhampton overnight, the most convenient hotel is the Britannia:
To get to the Britannia from Wolverhampton railway station, walk out of the station exit and continue straight ahead, over the bridge. Lichfield Street is almost directly ahead: the large Britannia hotel is on the left of the corner of the street, just 5 minutes walk from the station.
http://www.britanniahotels.com/hotel_home.asp?Page=123
When you book, ask for the university discount.

The University is in the centre of the city. These maps have the key locations for the university - please print out the second one and bring it along. Please report to MI block reception (the Technology Tower) or in the refectory at 12 for lunch (MC block).
http://asp.wlv.ac.uk/Level4.asp?UserType=11&Level4=3420
http://asp2.wlv.ac.uk/webteam/contact/uow_city_campus.pdf