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Revealing flows in the local economy through visualisations: customers, [clicks/cliques] and clusters

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Revealing flows in the local economy through visualisations : customers, [clicks/cliques] and clusters. / Lochrie, Mark; Whittle, Jon; Knowles, Bran; Huck, Jonny; Coulton, Paul; Hallam, Michael.

AcademicMindTrek '14 Proceedings of the 18th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Media Business, Management, Content & Services. New York : ACM, 2014. p. 148-151.

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Lochrie, M, Whittle, J, Knowles, B, Huck, J, Coulton, P & Hallam, M 2014, Revealing flows in the local economy through visualisations: customers, [clicks/cliques] and clusters. in AcademicMindTrek '14 Proceedings of the 18th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Media Business, Management, Content & Services. ACM, New York, pp. 148-151, Academic MindTrek Conference 2014, Tampere, Finland, 4/11/14. https://doi.org/10.1145/2676467.2676498

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Lochrie, M., Whittle, J., Knowles, B., Huck, J., Coulton, P., & Hallam, M. (2014). Revealing flows in the local economy through visualisations: customers, [clicks/cliques] and clusters. In AcademicMindTrek '14 Proceedings of the 18th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Media Business, Management, Content & Services (pp. 148-151). New York: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2676467.2676498

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Lochrie M, Whittle J, Knowles B, Huck J, Coulton P, Hallam M. Revealing flows in the local economy through visualisations: customers, [clicks/cliques] and clusters. In AcademicMindTrek '14 Proceedings of the 18th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Media Business, Management, Content & Services. New York: ACM. 2014. p. 148-151 https://doi.org/10.1145/2676467.2676498

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Lochrie, Mark ; Whittle, Jon ; Knowles, Bran ; Huck, Jonny ; Coulton, Paul ; Hallam, Michael. / Revealing flows in the local economy through visualisations : customers, [clicks/cliques] and clusters. AcademicMindTrek '14 Proceedings of the 18th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Media Business, Management, Content & Services. New York : ACM, 2014. pp. 148-151

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