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The North American Social Networks (NASN) Conference is a regional conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA). The NASN conference provides an interdisciplinary venue for social scientists, mathematicians, computer scientists, ethnologists, epidemiologists, organizational theorists, public health experts, and others to present current work in the area of social networks.
2nd NASN 2018, 27 – 30 November 2018, Washington, D.C., USA
Symposia: Poster Symposium and Poster Slam (Nov 28, evening)
Pre-conference workshops (Nov 27): Introduction to ERGMs using statnet; Introduction to Modeling Temporal (dynamic) ERGMs using statnet; Introduction to Egocentric Network Data Analysis with ERGMs and TERGMs using statnet; Dynamic Network Analysis and ORA; Modeling Relational Event Dynamics with statnet; Network visualization with R; Organizational Behavior Interventions using R and Shiny; ASPEN Platform Workshop – SNA Data Collection Tools for Ego-Centric and Whole Network Analysis; EgoWeb 2.0: Flexible and User Friendly Social Network Data Collection Software; Understanding Diffusion with netdiffuseR; Network Approaches for Behavior Change
Side events: Collaboration Activity (Dec 1, morning)
1st NASN 2017, 26 – 30 July 2017, Washington, D.C., USA
Pre-conference workshops (Jul 26): Intro to Exponential Family Random Graph Models (ERGMs) for Social Networks; Intro to Temporal ERGMs (TERGMs) for Dynamic Social Networks; Analyzing Egocentrically Sampled Network Data using ERGMs and TERGMs; A Hands-on Introduction to Analyzing Social Networks with UCINET & Netdraw; Basic and Advanced Network Visualization with R; Dynamic Network Analysis and ORA; Network Approaches for Behavior Change; EgoWeb 2.0: Flexible and User Friendly Social Network Data Collection Software; Constructing Ego Networks from Retweets; Mixed Methods Research in Social Networks; Charting Collections in Social Media: Creating Maps and Measures with NodeXL; Social Media Analytics During Crises; Agent-Based Models in Social Network Analysis Using NetLogo; Generating and Analyzing Scientific Networks with Metaknowledge; Understanding Diffusion with netdiffuseR
Symposia: Poster Symposium & Slam (Jul 27, evening)
Collaboration Activity (Jul 30, morning): Network Stories