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Dmitry,

Excellent idea on the Python scripts.  I think the same need exists there.  Please keep me posted on what you pull together.  While I am more used to R personally, I have my students use both, so your paper will be a welcome reference.

Kind Regards,

Ian

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> On Apr 10, 2016, at 10:11 AM, Dmitry Zinoviev <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> In a similar spirit, and as a passionate pro-Python and counter-R evangelist and the author of soon-to-be-published Python companion to data scinece (https://pragprog.com/book/dzpyds/python-companion-to-data-science), I would like to collect similar statistics about use of Python in SNA. I hope the original poster does not mind my mimicking his spreadsheet:
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> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vJILk2EW1JnR3YAwTSSqAV5mPkeXaezy45wOoafBpfU/edit?usp=sharing
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>> On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 12:32 PM, Ian McCulloh <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> Hello Friends!  I hope you enjoyed this year's Sunbelt.
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>> I was surprised at the number and diversity of R packages being used at this years Sunbelt.  In fact, I have identified 32 different packages.  I'd like to write a review paper of R packages for SNA and would like a little help from the community up front.  Below is a link to a google sheets spreadsheet that lists the packages that I have identified.  I have also pasted them below in case there is an issue with the link.  If you are an R user, I'd appreciate it if you could look at the list and let me know if I am missing any packages, preferably by adding to/editing the google sheet, but you can email me as well.  I'm also interested in your opinions on how I binned/organized the packages (CAPS LETTERS for topic bins).
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>> The Link
>> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CoFGtrW85D9FsVcAE5-bcXVl6QOTncwXjFBYp4u2WgE/edit?usp=sharing
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>> If you have any thoughts on things that you might find useful in a review paper on this topic, please let me know.  I look forward to seeing you all next year.
>> 
>> The list (in case you have a problem with the link)
>> BASIC NETWORK ANALYSIS
>> network
>> igraph
>> intergraph
>> Linkcomm
>> Matrix
>> slam
>> sna
>> SparseM
>> tsna
>> STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF NETWORKS
>> ergm
>> latentnet
>> netdiffuseR
>> RSiena
>> statnet
>> VISUALIZATION PACKAGES
>> gganimate
>> ggnetwork
>> ndtv
>> networkD3
>> networkDynamic
>> rSoNIA
>> SPARQL
>> visNetwork
>> DATA COLLECTION
>> Rfacebook
>> Rlinkedin
>> SocialMediaLab
>> twitteR
>> MISCELLANEOUS
>> data.table
>> devtools
>> GGally
>> networksis
>> queueing-package
>> sparkR
>> 
>> Kind Regards,
>> Ian
>> 
>> Ian McCulloh, PhD
>> Johns Hopkins University
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