The issue of how to use web-based survey platforms like Qualtrics for network data collection has come up repeatedly with students and collaborators during the Covid-19 pandemic. Joy Losee and Till Krenz at the University of Florida have written this
The UF Carpentries Club is hosting a R for the Social Sciences workshop on February 10-11th, 2020.They are currently in the process of recruiting helpers and instructors. The curriculum will follow the standard data carpentry curriculum with modules for Excel,
See the workshop page for latest news and materials.
Criminological data can be very costly or hard to access as they contain sensitive information on criminal behavior and victimization. Recent developments in data science and computing, however, are opening up new ways to gather this once elusive data. In
Sciabolazza, V. L., Vacca, R., Okraku, T. K., & McCarty, C. (2017). Detecting and analyzing research communities in longitudinal scientific networks. PLOS ONE, 12(8), e0182516. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0182516 [Download]How do we identify research communities at a university? How do we measure the
egonetR is an R package for the import and analysis of ego-network data in different formats and from different collection tools.Till Krenz is the package creator and main contributor and maintainer. I contributed some functions and plan to contribute more
Click here to go to the application web page.An increasing number of investigators at the University of Florida are interested in visualizing and analyzing the network of scientific collaborations in UF departments, colleges, or research institutes. This application generates a
This is an R project to create co-citation networks for the field of social network analysis and network science using Web of Science (WOS) data. The project was originally created for EUSN Visualization Award 2014. It won the award in