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What Videos Become Popular: Statistics and Social Network Analysis of Bilibili

Student: Ling Li

Supervisor: Valentina Kuskova

Faculty: International laboratory for Applied Network Research

Educational Programme: Applied Statistics with Network Analysis (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The era of information expansion is what we call for the current time. Every day even every moment people are receiving information from variety of sources. The main types of content in the contemporary world can be classified as text, photo, video and audio. Among them, video is the most impressive type with largest amount of information. If we turn into Asia, we will find the rapid development of online video website. The problem analysis in the paper is to investigate popular videos, especially ACG videos, and popular uploaders in Bilibili. Some intertesing findings such as the relation among the number of subscribers of one channel and parameters of uploaders' videos can be generated. What's more, the network of uploaders' subscribing denotes the possible competition and cooperation.

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