I’ll teach two workshops/short courses on social network analysis with R in June and July 2017 at the Institute of Health and Society, Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), and at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).
The Louvain course (June 27-28) is a stand-alone event in the UCL Institute of Health and Society. It offers an introduction to the R programming language (Day 1) and a more in-depth presentation of R facilities for socio-centric and ego-centric network analysis (Day 2). More information and registration instructions are on the Institute’s website, here and here.
The Barcelona workshop (July 3-7) is part of a larger course now in its 9th edition, the week-long UAB Summer Course on Theory, Methods and Applications of Personal Networks. My R workshop will be in the 4th day of the course and will mainly focus on R tools for ego-centric (personal) network analysis. The Summer Course is a great opportunity to learn about different aspects of personal network research, such as data collection methods, software, and quantitative and qualitative analysis, with researchers and faculty from different European universities, including José Luis Molina, Miranda Lubbers, Jürgen Lerner, and Andreas Herz.
More information about these R workshops and their different versions is here.