And The Winner Is…
At the beginning of March we launched a contest trying to find the member of our Facebook Group with the highest Eigenvector Centrality in March (Have no idea what that means? Check out the contest guidelines here.)
We calculated the data, made the graph and have our winner! Note that some people did not enter (or reneged their entries) to the contest. Special shout out to Susan Murry, who helped to make this contest what it was. Her graph is below.
Here is the final graph! The larger the dot, the higher the EC of that agent (er, person). You can see that in the scheme of things, it was actually very, very close. Instead of one dot getting very big, we had several dots of relatively close size. This leads me to believe our Facebook Group is a very healthy network, which is great news for all of us! The darker colored dots show agents with the highest Betweenness Centrality (which shows their centrality in the network). You can see from this graph that we have a large amount of very active users in the group. Go us!
And now, the moment you’ve been waiting for. The winner is: Mary Wynne Pepin (Bunny)! Below is her graph!