Program > Workshops

Workshops are ranked in order of arrival. All workshops will take place June 14th

1. Raffaele Vacca,
Introduction to ego-network analysis with R (2x3 hours: 9h-12h and 13h-16h)

2. Michał Bojanowski,
Using R and igraph for Social Network Analysis (2x3 hours: 9h-12h and 13h-16h)

3. Paola Tubaro, Yasaman Sarabi,
Introduction to NetLogo and agent-based models of networks (2x3 hours: 13h-16h and 16h30-19h30)

4. Klaus Hamberger, Pascal Cristofoli, Anne Garcia-Fernandez, Cyril Grange, Olivier Kyburz,
Kinship Network Analysis with Puck (2x3 hours: 13h-16h and 16h30-19h) - cancelled

5. Ulrik Brandes,
The Positional Approach to Network Analysis (3 hours: 16h30-19h30)

6. Lorien Jasny, Michal Bojanowski,
Exponential Random Graph Models (ERGM) using Statnet (3 hours: 13h-16h)

7. Lorien Jasny, Michal Bojanowski,
Temporal Exponential Random Graph Model (TERGM) (3 hours: 16h30-19h30)

8. Jennifer Hauck, Thomas Watkin,
Using Net-Map for co-producing SNA knowledge and co-designing networks (3 hours: 16h30-19h30) - cancelled

9. Till Krenz, Andreas Herz,
Simplifying ego-centered network analysis in R with egonetR (2x3 hours: 9h-12h and 13h-16h)

10. Vladimir Batagelj,
Network visualization based on JSON and D3.js (3 hours: 16h30-19h30)

11. Moses Boudourides,
Mining (together with a bit of web scraping) of large social networks from Twitter using Python (and Ruby) (3 hours: 9h-12h)

12. Moses Boudourides,
Extracting Social Networks from Literary Text (3 hours: 16h30-19h30)

13. Tom Snijders, Christian Steglich,
The Analysis of Longitudinal Social Network Data using RSIENA (3 hours: 9h-12h)

14. Tom Snijders, Christian Steglich,
Advanced RSiena users' workshop (3 hours: 13h-16h)

15. Elisa Bellotti, Betina Hollstein,
Mixed Methods Research in Social Networks (2x3 hours: 9h-12h and 13h-16h)

 

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