Code accompanying my 2013 ACM ASONAM paper
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Code accompanying my 2013 ACM ASONAM paper

Getting Started

Each python file in the code directory is a standalone program that takes command line arguments calling --help

will explain the arguments that it takes including a filename that contains data. The code in the stinger directory is the high performance graph code. Documentation for STINGER can be found at [[]]. It should install with

  cd code/stinger
  make all

You should run the stinger code in order to generate the vertex features for the follow on analysis using the python code. The STINGER code of interest is in the file sandy.c and can be run with

  code/stinger/sandy --help
  code/stinger/sandy -n 10 -b 1000 -i 1000 -p ./ < data.csv

Which will describe the options. You must specify the locations of data files and the computations that you are interesting in computing, some options are betweenness centrality (approximate) and clustering coefficient (exact, streaming).


The python code is organized into module files and command line programs. The following files are the modules than can be imported for future programs.

- : handles the Input/Output for kernel inputs
- : holds the functions common to many kernels (vertex features)
- : generic functions for making plots
- : specific functions for making plot for the paper presented at asonam.

The following programs are intended to be used on the command line. Then can be modified in order to make new programs.

- : code for understanding multiple features at once.
- : betweenness centrality based outlier detection
- : clustering coefficient based outlier detection.
- : present an analysis of the clustering coefficients.
- : present an analysis of the betweenness centrality.