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Figure 1: 'Plot of top words' contribution to positive, negative sentiment in all posts

Figure 2: T-SNE graph of the wordvector space 'forsale - notforsale'

Figure 3: Exploring the vector space defined by binary pairs, 'good'-'bad', 'for sale'-'not for sale’. Hints of various dynamics at play can be viewed in contrasting, but related, terms e.g. as with 'acrylic painting' falling in negative space and 'skull decor' falling in positive space. This might be a glimpse into the taste or aesthetic of those who create skull-related art, which may be important for understanding what creates the taste and demand for human remains themselves.

Figure 4: Dendrogram of 25 topics in Instagram posts

Figure 5: Topics within the posts of a single Instagram account

Figure 6: An initial network visualisation of the structure of these communities

Figure 7: Histogram of counts of hashtags in posts

Figure 8: Hue against the number of likes in the corpus. Hexagonal binning diagram produced using RAW from Density Design Lab http://app.rawgraphs.io/


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