Workshops at Networks 2021

In keeping with the tradition of INSNA's Sunbelt Meetings, Networks 2021 will offer workshops in the preconference period. An additional workshop registration fee (which is passed along to INSNA and the instructors) will be charged-$25 for students and post-docs and $50 for faculty and commercial registrants per half-day session. Full day sessions will be charged $50 (students, post-docs) and $100 (faculty, commercial). There are no fee waivers available for workshops and participation is limited and first-come, first-serve.

Please see full workshop descriptions here for more details about course descriptions, instructors, recommended prerequisites, and course websites (if applicable).

Also note, all listed times are in Eastern Daylight Savings (New York) time. Compare your time zones to find what time this would be for you.

No. Length Date and Time (EDT) Title Primary Instructor
W1 Half-day Mon., 6/21 09:00-12:00 Bayesian ERGMs with the Bergm package for R Alberto Caimo
W2 Full day (two sessions) Mon., 6/21 10:00-13:00 & Tues., 6/22 10:00-13:00 PyNetworkshop: Analysing the Structure of Networks in Python – The Essentials, Signed Networks, and Network Optimization Session 1 ∧ 2 Samin Aref
W3 Full day (two sessions) Tues., 6/22 09:00-12:00 ∧ Thur., 6/24 09:00-12:00 Introduction to the analysis of network dynamics and peer influence with RSiena: Session 1 Christian Steglich
W4 Half-day Tues., 6/22 12:30-15:30 Using 'igraph' for SNA: advanced topics Michał Bojanowski
W5 Half-day Wed., 6/23 09:00-12:00 Introduction to Network Analysis Tools in R Michał Bojanowski
W6 Full-day Wednesday, 6/23 09:00- 12:00 ∧ 12:30-3:30 Conducting personal networks research with Network Canvas. Michelle Birkett
W7 Half-day Thur., 6/24 09:00-12:00 Moving beyond Descriptives: Basic Network Statistics with R/statnet Lorien Jasny
W8 Half-day Thur., 6/24 09:00-12:00 Algebraic analysis of complex social networks Antonio Rivero Ostoic
W10 Half-day Fri., 6/25 09:00-12:00 Advancing organizational network research: Paper development workshop to develop ideas, proposals and draft papers into high quality publications Andrew Parker
W11 Half-day Fri., 6/25 09:00-12:00 Micro-macro analysis: How to set up empirically calibrated social simulations in RSiena Christian Steglich
W12 Half-day Mon., 6/28 09:00-12:00 Analysis of Multiplex Networks (hands on with Python) Matteo Magnani
W13 Half-day Mon., 6/28 09:00-12:00 Introduction to ERGMs using statnet David R. Hunter
W14 Half-day Mon., 6/28 09:00-12:00 Analyzing the dynamics of networks and continuous behavior with RSiena Nynke Niezink
W15 Half-day Mon., 6/28 12:30-15:30 Basic and Advanced Network Visualization with R Katherine Ognyanova
W16 Half-day Mon., 6/28 20:00-23:00 Introduction to Egocentric Network Data Analysis with ERGMs using statnet Pavel N. Krivitsky
W17 Half-day Tues., 6/29 20:00-23:00 Introduction to Modeling Temporal (dynamic) Networks using TERGMs in statnet Martina Morris
W18 Half-day Tues., 6/29 09:00-15:30 Egocentric network analysis with R Raffaele Vacca
W19 Half-day Wed., 6/30 12:00-15:00 Social Network Approaches for Behavior Change Tom Valente
W20 Half-day Wed., 6/30 09:00-14:00 Integrating SNA and Text Mining: the Semantic Brand Score BI App Andrea Fronzetti Colladon
W21 Half-day Wed., 6/30 20:00-23:00 Using Polinode: A Browser-Based Application for Collecting, Analyzing and Visualizing Network Data Andrew Pitts
W22 Half-day Thur., 7/1 19:00-22:00 Meta Network Analysis Weihua An