RUBINET Data Sets
Online Social Networks: Anonymized Data from Third-Party
- Dataset #1: single tar file with README
Description: This data set includes a 3-week long trace (ending April 1, 2008) of activity on three Facebook-based applications (Fighters' Club, Got Love?, and Hugged). A comprehensive analysis of this data set has been published in IMC'08, and this data set is made available to the internet measurement community for further exploration of activity originating from third party social networking applications.
Paper: A. Nazir, S. Raza, and C-N. Chuah, Unveiling Facebook: A Measurement Study of Social Network Based Applications, ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), October 2008. [pdf]
- Dataset #2: single tar file (1.5GB+) with README
Description:This data set includes experimentation results from PlanetLab nodes as well as passive measurement performed at the third-party application servers for six popular Facebook applications, as used in the IMC'09 publication titled 'Network Level Footprints of Facebook Applications.' This data set is made available to the internet measurement community.
A. Nazir, S. Raza, D. Gupta, C-N. Chuah, B. Krishnamurthy,
"Network Level Footprints of Facebook Applications,"
ACM/USENIX Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), November 2009.
Bluetooth Connectivity Trace
- Dataset: UC Davis Haggle - Unitrans Mobility Trace
- Description: This data set includes several traces about the available Bluetooth connectivity during a typical day on the Unitrans bus system at University of California, Davis. The data has been uploaded to the CRAWDAD. The data was collected using Intel iMotes, which contain an ARM core as well as a Bluetooth radio stack. The motes run a simple Bluetooth inquiry program. Periodocally (e.g., every 2 minutes) the device does an inquiry for a duration (e.g., 5 seconds). All devices detected during this inquiry period are noted. These experiments give a list of contacts - with start and end times - that a particular mote has during its lifetime. For each experiment, the polling interval was 2 minutes, and the inquiry duration was 5 seconds.
- Paper: J. LeBrun and C-N. Chuah, Feasibility Study of Bluetooth-Based Content Distribution Stations on Public Transit Systems, ACM MobiShare, September 2006.