networks

Workshop: ERGMs and their extensions

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Skyler Cranmer, , 2012, "Workshop: ERGMs and their extensions", http://opossem.org/content/workshop-ergms-and-their-extensions
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Lecture Notes and Slides
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grad

The exponential random graph model (ERGM) is a powerful and popular way of conducting statistical inference on network data. This workshop discusses the scope of relational data in the social sciences, the shortcomings of regression-based approaches to inference on networks, introduces the ERGM, and discusses several of its recent extensions.

Basics of Network Computing

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Michael Heaney, , 2011, "Basics of Network Computing", http://opossem.org/content/basics-network-computing
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Dataset
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undergrad

The attached materials are suitable for an introductory 3-hour lesson on the basics of network computing.  It is appropriate for any beginners, either at the undergraduate or graduate level.

Political Networks

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Scott McClurg, , 2011, "Political Networks", http://opossem.org/content/political-networks
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Syllabus
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This is a graduate level sylabus focuses on introducing the study of political networks.  It includes material on network theory, methods, and applications in political science.

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