Sunbelt XXXIII Pre-Conference Workshops

Tuesday May 21, 2012

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8:00 - 11:00 am Workshop Title  
  Michael Bojanowski: Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R (Part 1)  
Ian McCulloh, Helen Armstrong, (Tony Johnson): Advanced Network Analysis and Targeting: A meta-network approach to identifying organizational risk and conducting ethical targeting. (Part 1)  
  Ann McCranie: Sci2 - A Tool for Science of Science Research and Practice  
Ryan Acton, Lorien Jasny: Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R and statnet  
  Francisco Rodriguez: Strategies to analyse social networks with email data  
  Derek Ruths: Studying Human Behavior on Twitter (Part 1)  
  Tore Opsahl: tnet: Analysis of Weighted, Two-mode, and Longitudinal networks  
  Garry Robins: Exponential random graph models for social networks, using Pnet (Part 1)  
  Joana Borrero Luz: Spatializing Social Networks: Methods for Integrating SNA and GIS  
     

11:30 - 2:30 pm Workshop Title  
  Michael Bojanowski: Introduction to Social Network Analysis with R (Part 2)  
Ian McCulloh, Helen Armstrong, (Tony Johnson): Advanced Network Analysis and Targeting: A meta-network approach to identifying organizational risk and conducting ethical targeting. (Part 2)  
  Tom Snijders: The Analysis of Longitudinal Social Network Data using SIENA (Part 1)  
Lorien Jasny, Ryan Acton: Moving Beyond Descriptives: Basic Network Statistics with statnet  
Alejandro Arnulfo Ruiz Leon, Nina Inez Jung:Mesa Hispana for Social Networks Analysis  
  Derek Ruths: Studying Human Behavior on Twitter (Part 2)  
  Rich DeJordy: Introduction to the Analysis of Network Data with UCINET and NetDraw (Part 1)  
  Garry Robins: Exponential random graph models for social networks, using Pnet (Part 2)  
  Carter Butts, Christopher Marcum: Modeling Relational Event Dynamics with statnet  
     
3:00 - 6:00 pm Workshop Title  
  Juergen Pfeffer, Kathleen M. Carley: Dynamic Network Analysis (DNA) and ORA (Part 1)  
Statnet Development Team: Exponential-family Random Graph Modeling (ERGMs) with statnet  
  Tom Snijders: The Analysis of Longitudinal Social Network Data using SIENA (Part 2)  
Paolo Tubaro: Introduction to Social Network Analysis (Part 1)  
Alejandro Arnulfo Ruiz Leon, Nina Inez Jung: satellite paper session in Spanish  
  Vladimir Batagelj, Andrej Mrvar: Analysis of large networks with Pajek  
  Rich DeJordy: Introduction to the Analysis of Network Data with UCINET and NetDraw (Part 2)  
  Silvia Dominguez, Betina Hollstein: Mixed Methods Research Designs for Ego-centered Social Networks (Part 1)  
  Michael Kronenwett, Markus Gamper: Qualitative and quantitative network analysis: Triangulation with VennMaker (Part 1)  
     

Wednesday May 22, 2012

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8:00 - 11:00 am Workshop Title  
  Juergen Pfeffer, Kathleen M. Carley: Dynamic Network Analysis (DNA) and ORA (Part 2)  
Thomas Valente: Social Network Approaches for Behavior Change  
  Ulrik Brandes, Jürgen Lerner: visone. Part I: Introduction.  
Paolo Tubaro: Introduction to Social Network Analysis (Part 2)  
  Robert Ackland: Hyperlink Network Analysis with VOSON (Part 1)  
  Martin Everett, Steve Borgatti: Advanced Social network Analysis using UCINET and Netdraw (Part 1)  
  Statnet Development Team: STERGM - Separable Temporal ERGMs for modeling relational dynamics over time with statnet  
  Silvia Dominguez, Betina Hollstein: Mixed Methods Research Designs for Ego-centered Social Networks (Part 2)  
  Michael Kronenwett, Markus Gamper: Qualitative and quantitative network analysis: Triangulation with VennMaker (Part 2)  
     
11:30 - 2:30 pm Workshop Title  
  Tom Snijders: Advanced RSiena users’ workshop  
Pavel Krivitsky, Carter Butts: Valued Network Modeling with statnet  
  Ulrik Brandes, Jürgen Lerner: visone. Part II: Longitudinal Networks.  
Antonio Rivero Ostoic: multiplex: an R package for the analysis of multiple social networks with algebra  
  Robert Ackland: Hyperlink Network Analysis with VOSON (Part 2)  
  Martin Everett, Steve Borgatti: Advanced Social network Analysis using UCINET and Netdraw (Part 2)  
  Statnet Development Team: Extending ERGM Functionality within statnet: Building Custom User Terms  
Eva Schiffer, Jennifer Hauck: Net-Map: Collecting social network data and facilitating network learning through participatory influence network mapping  
  Jessica Kropczynski, Joseph Johnson: Working with Animal Social Networks and Encouraging Collaborations between Animal Ecologists and Network Scientists  
     

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