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  • Statnet
    Exponential family Random Graph Models ergm statnet provides a comprehensive framework for ergm based network modeling including tools for model estimation model evaluation model based network simulation and network visualization This broad functionality is powered by a central Markov chain Monte Carlo MCMC algorithm statnet has a different purpose than the excellent packages UCINET or Pajek the focus is on statistical modeling of network data The statistical modeling capabilities of

    Original URL path: http://statnet.csde.washington.edu/ (2014-10-21)
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  • statnet
    and receive messages from this listserv you need to join Instructions are at https mailman u washington edu mailman listinfo statnet help You can use the listserv to get help from the statnet development team and other users post questions comments and ideas to other users be informed about statnet updates learn about bugs and bug fixes Once you have joined the list you can post your questions and comments

    Original URL path: http://statnet.csde.washington.edu/statnet_users_group.shtml (2014-10-21)
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  • statnet
    dynamicnetwork bring that facility to statnet Pavel Krivitsky Penn State University Pavel is a Research Associate in the Department of Statistics His research is primarily in modeling analysis and simulation of social networks He wrote much of the latentnet packages and is extending the dynamic network modeling facilities in statnet He is also known as the rapper MCMC Ayn Leslie Cook University of Washington Ayn is a first year graduate student and research assistant in the statistics department at UW Her background is in mathematics and computer science Ayn maintains the new networkDynamic package which extends statnet facilities for storing and manipulating dynamic network data Others who have made significant contributions to the programs over the years James Moody Duke University James Moody is a Professor of Sociology His research interests are in social networks social theory and quantitative methodology Krista Gile University of Massachusetts Amherst Krista is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics Her research focuses on developing statistical methodology for social and behavioral science research particularly related to making inference from partially observed social network structures Krista has extended the missing data facilities in statnet Ryan Admiraal Murdoch University Ryan is a lecturer in the School of Chemical and Mathematical Sciences His research lies in the areas of social network analysis and categorical data analysis with research specifically being done on revealed preference models two sided matching models and log linear models for mixing and degree distributions with applications to sexual partnership and fertility reports Ryan has extended facilities in statnet for using egocentrically sampled data We have also benefitted from ongoing discussions with others in the Social Network modeling community In particular we would like to thank Tom Snijders University of Groningen Tom Snijders scientific research is carried out within the ICS Interuniversity

    Original URL path: http://statnet.csde.washington.edu/about_us.shtml (2014-10-21)
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  • statnet
    Modeling of Network Data author Mark S Handcock and David R Hunter and Carter T Butts and Steven M Goodreau and Martina Morris year 2003 address Seattle WA url http statnetproject org Citing the component packages of statnet e g ergm To cite the individual packages e g ergm network sna degreenet latentnet networksis please use the information given by their individual citation function calls For example citation package ergm

    Original URL path: http://statnet.csde.washington.edu/citation.shtml (2014-10-21)
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  • Statnet license and attribution information
    on statnet project software http statnetproject org For license and citation information see http statnetproject org attribution What does this mean If you are modifying statnet or adopting any source code from statnet for use in another application you must ensure that the copyright and attributions mentioned in the license above appear in the code of your modified version or application These attributions must also appear when the package is

    Original URL path: http://statnet.csde.washington.edu/attribution.shtml (2014-10-21)
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