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In addition to previous reminders by Ulrich Brandes and Garry Robins regarding workshops on visone and PNet, respectively, I would like to also advertise the workshop on analyzing longitudinal social network data using RSiena (http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/%7Esnijders/siena/).
The workshop will introduce some basics as well as new developments, aiming to give a solid understanding of the fundamentals of analyzing networks observed over time and an orientation to more advanced analysis such as:
- Parsing out influence from selection using co-evolution models
- bipartite networks
- testing time heterogeneity
- multiple groups
This is a pre-ASNA workshop (14 Sept) in Zurich. Further details may be found on http://www.asna.ch/index.php?id=78.
If you have an interest in longitudinal social network analysis but is unable to attend the above workshop, Tom Snijders and colleagues frequently give workshops on RSiena. These are typically announced on
Looking forward to seeing you there,
Johan and Thomas
Mitchell Centre for Social Network Analysis (http://www.ccsr.ac.uk/mitchell/)
Social Statistics Dicipline Area
University of Manchester
Tel: +44 (0)161 30 66 953
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