Daniel Maier
Daniel Maier
Postdoctoral Researcher, German Cancer Consortium (DKTK), University Hospital Frankfurt
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Applying LDA topic modeling in communication research: Toward a valid and reliable methodology
D Maier, A Waldherr, P Miltner, G Wiedemann, A Niekler, A Keinert, ...
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (2-3), 93-118, 2018
Exploring issues in a networked public sphere: Combining hyperlink network analysis and topic modeling
D Maier, A Waldherr, P Miltner, P Jähnichen, B Pfetsch
Social Science Computer Review 36 (1), 3-20, 2018
Big data, big noise: The challenge of finding issue networks on the web
A Waldherr, D Maier, P Miltner, E Günther
Social Science Computer Review 35 (4), 427-443, 2017
Old and new dynamics of agenda building in a hybrid media system
B Pfetsch, P Miltner, D Maier
Political communication in the online world: theoretical approaches and …, 2016
Homophily and prestige: An assessment of their relative strength to explain link formation in the online climate change debate
H Schmid-Petri, S Adam, U Reber, T Häussler, D Maier, P Miltner, ...
Social networks 55, 47-54, 2018
Challenger networks of food policy on the Internet: A comparative study of structures and coalitions in Germany, the UK, the US, and Switzerland
B Pfetsch, D Maier, P Miltner, A Waldherr
International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP) 7 (1), 16-36, 2016
Community detection in civil society online networks: Theoretical guide and empirical assessment
D Stoltenberg, D Maier, A Waldherr
Social Networks 59, 120-133, 2019
How document sampling and vocabulary pruning affect the results of topic models
D Maier, A Niekler, G Wiedemann, D Stoltenberg
Computational Communication Research 2 (2), 139-152, 2020
Online networks of civil society actors as an indicator for politicization? A hyperlink analysis of the food safety issue in Germany
P Miltner, D Maier, B Pfetsch, A Waldherr
Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies 5 (2), 201-220, 2013
Applying LDA topic modeling in communication research
D Maier, A Waldherr, P Miltner, G Wiedemann, A Niekler, A Keinert
Toward a valid and reliable methodology. Communication Methods and Measures …, 2018
Akteursbeziehungen in der Zeitungsberichterstattung über die Online-Aktivitäten des öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunks
D Maier, L Dogruel
Publizistik 61 (2), 145-166, 2016
Machine translation vs. multilingual dictionaries assessing two strategies for the topic modeling of multilingual text collections
D Maier, C Baden, D Stoltenberg, M De Vries-Kedem, A Waldherr
Communication Methods and Measures 16 (1), 19-38, 2022
Mobilization vs. demobilization discourses on social media
N Kligler-Vilenchik, M de Vries Kedem, D Maier, D Stoltenberg
Political communication 38 (5), 561-580, 2021
Stichprobenziehung aus dem Netz–Wie man themenspezifische Online-Inhalte erfassen kann
D Maier, A Waldherr, P Miltner, H Schmid-Petri, T Häussler, S Adam
Halem 11, 90-110, 2014
Relational communication spaces: Infrastructures and discursive practices
A Keinert, V Sayman, D Maier
Talking to My Community Elsewhere: Bringing together networked public spheres and the concept of translocal communities
D Maier, D Stoltenberg, B Pfetsch, A Waldherr
Spatial Transformations, 181-191, 2021
Topographies of Local Public Spheres on Social Media: The Scope of Issues and Interactions
B Pfetsch, D Maier, D Stoltenberg, A Waldherr, N Kligler-Vilenchik, ...
International Journal of Communication 15, 26, 2021
Online networks of challengers in food policy: A comparative study of structures and coalitions in Germany, UK, US and Switzerland
B Pfetsch, D Maier, P Miltner, A Waldherr
7th ECPR General Conference, Bordeaux, France, 2013
Model-Based Loop Perforation
D Maier, B Juurlink
European Conference on Parallel Processing, 549-554, 2022
The Emergence and Persistence of Online Civic Intervention as a Discourse Norm: A network simulation model
D Maier, P Porten-Cheé, M Kunst
Weizenbaum Conference 2021: Democracy in Flux–Order, Dynamics and Voices in …, 2021
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