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I would like to announce two training possibilities on statistical
methods for longitudinal network modeling, using the SIENA program (in
addition to the workshop at the Vancouver Sunbelt later this month):
* At the 2006 SMABS/EAM conference organized by the European
Association of Methodology (Budapest, July 1-6, 2006), Tom Snijders
will teach a one-day workshop on The Analysis of Longitudinal Social
Links: workshop description:
Conference website and registration:
* As one of the summer schools organized by the Quantitative Methods in
the Social Sciences (QMSS) program of the European Science Foundation,
Emmanuel Lazega and Tom Snijders organize a workshop/seminar on Networks
and Behavior: Statistical Models and Advances in the Theory of Action in
Groningen, 6-15 September, 2006.
Applications: before April 18 (but if there still are places available,
I guess later apllications will be considered).
Summer school description:
To apply, go to the link Opportunities for Young Researchers (Open
calls) in the lower left corner of the QMSS website.
Tom A.B. Snijders
Professor of Statistics and Methodology
Scientific Director, ICS
Department of Sociology, University of Groningen
Grote Rozenstraat 31
9712 TG Groningen
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