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Scanning the LinkedIn Landscape

For each of the six groups the following information is shown:

Maturity: date created

Size: numbers of members

Activity: the number of discussions in November 2013

Seniority: by percentage of  “senior” members

Industry/academia focus: percentage of industry members and main industry represented

Professional focus: percentage of members who are researchers.

Comparative radar plot data are percentages of the maximum score in each category. For example, “Analytical Chemistry” is the biggest group with 22,466 and so receives 100 percent in that category.



Analytical Chemistry

“Dedicated to connecting analytical chemists across the world so we can share experiences and opportunities.”



Mass Spectrometry

“For user experience design professionals to expand our network. Discuss mass spectrometry of small and large molecule analysis, maintenance, troubleshooting, and creative solutions.”



Analytical Instruments Professional Network

“Professional networking group for both employers and job seekers. This is an open forum for professionals who are involved in sales, marketing, service and support of analytical instruments.”



Chromatography & Mass Spectrometry (LC, MS, LCMS) User’s Forum

“Networking among Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry (LC, LCMS, MS) end users.”



Analytical Chemistry - Method Development

“To spread and share the knowledge in the area of Analytical Chemistry”
To learn how the Group Owner grew this successful group, see “Analytical Links



Drugs / Toxicology / Analytical Chemistry

(Sub-group of Forensic Scientists Online)

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