Workshop Program

Workshops will take place during all of Tuesday, 21 May 2013, and the morning of Wednesday, 22 May 2013.

Workshop Title Workshop-Instructor(s) Date & Time         
Introduction to Social Network Analysis Paola Tubaro & Yasaman Sarabi Tue 3-6 and      Wed 8-11
Introduction to UCINET and NetDraw Rich DeJordy Tue 11.30-2.30 and 3-6
Advanced Social network Analysis using UCINET and Netdraw (This Workshop is already fully booked) Martin Everett & Steve Borgatti Wed 8-11 and 11.30-2.30
Analysis of large networks with Pajek Vladimir Batagelj Tue 3-6
Mesa Hispana for Social Networks Analysis (+ satellite paper session in Spanish) Alejandro Arnulfo Ruiz Leon & Nina Inez Jung Tue 11.30-2.30 (and 3-6)
Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R (Part 1) (This Workshop is already fully booked) Michał Bojanowski Tue 8-11
Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R (Part 2) Michał Bojanowski Tue 11.30-2.30
Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R and statnet Ryan Acton & Lorien Jasny Tue 8-11
Moving Beyond Descriptives: Basic Network Statistics with statnet Lorien Jasny & Ryan Acton Tue 11.30-2.30
Exponential-family Random Graph Modeling (ERGMs) with statnet Statnet Development Team Tue 3-6
Exponential random graph models for social networks, using Pnet Garry Robins Tue 8-11 and 11.30-2.30
Valued Network Modeling with statnet Pavel Krivitsky & Carter Butts Wed 11.30–2.30
Modeling Relational Event Dynamics with statnet Carter Butts & Christopher Marcum Tue 11.30-2.30
STERGM – Separable Temporal ERGMs for modeling relational dynamics over time with statnet
Statnet Development Team Wed 8-11
Extending ERGM Functionality within statnet:
Building Custom User Terms
Statnet Development Team Wed 11.30–2.30
Social Network Approaches for Behavior Change Thomas Valente Wed 8-11
visone. Part I: Introduction Ulrik Brandes & Jürgen Lerner Wed 8-11
visone. Part II: Longitudinal Networks Ulrik Brandes & Jürgen Lerner Wed 11.30-2.30
Analysis of Longitudinal Social Network Data using SIENA (Part 1) RSiena-Team Tue 11.30-2.30
Analysis of Longitudinal Social Network Data using SIENA (Part 2) RSiena-Team Tue 3-6
Dynamic Network Analysis (DNA) and ORA (This Workshop is already fully booked) Juergen Pfeffer & Kathleen M. Carley Tue 3-6 and            Wed 8-11
tnet: Analysis of weighted, two-mode, and longitudinal networks Tore Opsahl Tue 8-11
multiplex: An R package for the analysis of multiple social networks with algebra (This Workshop is already fully booked) Antonio Rivero Ostoic Wed 11.30-2.30
Sci2 – A Tool for Science of Science Research and Practice Ann McCranie Tue 8-11
Spatializing Social Networks: Methods for Integrating SNA and GIS Joana Borrero Luz Tue 8-11
Mixed Methods Research Designs for Ego-centered Social Networks (This Workshop is already fully booked) Silvia Dominguez & Betina Hollstein Tue 3-6 and            Wed 8-11
Net-Map: Collecting social network data and facilitating network learning through participatory influence network mapping (This Workshop is already fully booked) Eva Schiffer & Jennifer Hauck Wed 11.30-2.30
Qualitative and quantitative network analysis: Triangulation with VennMaker Michael Kronenwett & Markus Gamper Tue 3-6 and            Wed 8-11
Advanced Network Analysis and Targeting: A meta-network approach to identifying organizational risk and conducting ethical targeting Ian McCulloh Tue 8-11 and 11.30-2.30
Strategies to analyse social networks with email data Francisco Rodriguez Tue 8-11
Studying Human Behavior on Twitter (Part 1) Derek Ruths Tue 8-11
Studying Human Behavior on Twitter (Part 2) Derek Ruths Tue 11.30-2.30