Dimitris Kalamaras

A Greek living in Irakleion, Athens. Trained in Mathematics and Computing (B.Sc, M.Sc), I teach math to youngsters, but I also enjoy C++ programming with the powerful Qt toolkit.

I work as technical project manager in OgilvyOne Worldwide, Athens. In the past I've been project manager in a web development company and IT Manager of www.iefimerida.gr, a news/opinion oriented website in Greek.

During 2011-2012 I was also entertaining myself as editor in chief of "Linux Inside", which was a bimonthly Greek magazine specializing in Linux and free software. The publication has stopped but we continue our website at http://www.linuxinside.gr.

In the past (2005-2008), I was the editor-in-chief of the Greek edition of Linux Format magazine.

In my spare time, I develop Social Networks Visualiser, a cross-platform scientific application for social network and graph analysis/visualisation. The project's website is at http://socnetv.sourceforge.net, but development is focused here in Launchpad.

In the past I started a project called Qt Disk Catalog, a multi-platform media cataloger, which is hosted here at Launchpad:
https://launchpad.net/qdiskcatalog although I haven't managed to release something useful.

Last but not least, together with my wife, we maintain a website on greek cuisine full of delicious recipes: http://www.supersyntages.gr as well as a website about dream interpretation (http://www.oneirokriths123.com). If you know Greek, check them out!

See my blog at http://dimitris.apeiro.gr

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Up to 0.81, SocNetV only supports one-mode networks. That is, networks describing relations between pairs of actors only. But networks can be two-mode as well, describing subsets of actors (first mode). These subsets are defined by the actors' affiliation to a particular event or organization (second mode). Two-mod...
SocNetV should allow the user to enable or disable displaying of orphan nodes. Orphan nodes are those with no edges...
This is Jin Haiyue's idea: >> Concerning the closeness for directed graph, will there be in-closeness >> centrality and out-closeness centrality since they may provide different >> information?
SocNetV should be able to create known data sets, such as padgett's florentine families etc.
Example data sets: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mejn/netdata/ Duncan Watts' data sets: http://cdg.columbia.edu/cdg/datasets UCINet data sets: http://vlado.fmf.uni-lj.si/pub/networks/data/UciNet/UciData.htm

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