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SNA with R workshop at Sunbelt XXXII in Redondo Beach

March 13, 2012
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SNA with R workshop at Sunbelt XXXII in Redondo Beach

I am currently in Redondo Beach, CA at the Sunbelt XXXII social networks conference. The program is thick from numerous interesting talks so the event promises to be very interesting. Today in the morning I gave the workshop “Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R”. Over 50 people registered. I am grateful to all the

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Package ‘intergraph’ (1.1-0) released!

September 20, 2011
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I just released the first official version of the ‘intergraph’ R package. With the functions provided in the current version (1.1-0) you can convert network data objects between classes ‘igraph’ and ‘network’. The package supports directed and undirected networks, and handles the node, tie, and network (graph) attributes. Mutliplex networks (i.e., with possibly multiple ties

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Shortest paths to/from nodes of a certain type

September 14, 2011
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Shortest paths to/from nodes of a certain type

Elijah asked the following via SOCNET mailing list: I was wondering if anyone knew of a script or tool which would give me the network distance of nodes to a particular class of nodes.  I think of this as an Erdos number, except instead of getting the distance to one node, I want the distance

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R Studio

March 8, 2011
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R Studio

                      If you think that R is The EnvironmentForStatisticalAnalysisAndGraphics but you do not think that Vim is The Editor for text files you might want to have a look at R Studio. It works on Windows, MacOS and Linux. I tried it out on my Ubuntu

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R with Vim

December 2, 2010
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R with Vim

For all those who think that Vim is The Editor for text files, and simultaneously think that R is The EnvironmentForStatisticalAnalysisAndGraphics. After trying out various options for intergrating Vim with R I settled on the following configuration: Use Vim-R-pluginfor editing R code files, R documentation files (*.Rd) as well as the Sweave files. Apart from

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intergraph+network: no hacking necessary

November 2, 2010
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A short update on network+intergraph R packages story: Couple of days ago Carter Butts released a new version of the ‘network’ package (ver. 1.5-1). It has a namespace now. Consequently, the ‘intergraph’ package should work out-of-the-box. There is no need to install my hacked version of the ‘network’ package anymore.

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Sunbelt workshop on SNA in R

October 19, 2010
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Sunbelt workshop on SNA in R

The next Sunbelt Social Networks Conference (XXXI) will take place in February 2011 in St Pete Beach, Florida, USA. The preliminary program is available here. There is still time to submit abstracts (deadline is on October 29, 2010). At the conference I will be teaching the workshop “Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R”. It

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