See the website.
I missed the beginning of this talk, and since I'm not a data lover, I'm afraid my notes may not do it justice.
There is lots of interesting, "open data."
There is a lot of data that is released by cities.
She's a geographer and obviously a real data lover. She gets excited about all this data.
csvkit is an amazing set of utilities for working with CSV. It replaces the csv module.
"Social network analysis is focused on uncovering the patterning of people's interactions."
They used QGIS.
She relies heavily on Google Refine.
PySAL is really great for spatial analysis.
She recommended "Social Network Analysis for Startups" from O'Reilly. Her advisor wrote it.