The METROMOD project analyses networks in exile metropolises and aims to map urban topographies, inner-city districts, outlying suburbs and streets, to places where interactions took place, but also to the venues used for exhibitions and collaborative. Researchers of this project use nodegoat as their primary data storage application. nodegoat is also used to produce diachronic social and geographical visualisations.
METROMOD runs between 2017 and 2022 at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. This project is directed by Burcu Dogramaci and funded by the European Research Council with an ERC Consolidator Grant. [....]