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sna Package 2.2 for R Now Available

Published on November 22, 2010 by

The NCASD Lab announces the latest update of the sna package for network analysis using the R statistical computing system. Version 2.2 includes several updates and bug fixes, as well as improved plotting performance. The package is freely available under the GNU Public License, and can be obtained from within R using install.packages(“sna”) or by

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Lab Member Almquist Published in the Journal of Statistical Software

Published on November 17, 2010 by

Lab member Zack Almquist’s paper, “US Census Spatial and Demographic Data in R: The UScensus2000 Suite of Packages,” appears in the latest volume of the Journal of Statistical Software. The US Decennial Census is arguably the most important data set for social science research in the United States. The UScensus2000 suite of packages allows for convenient

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Marcum to Present Research at GSA

Published on November 13, 2010 by

Lab member Chris Marcum will present findings from his dissertation at the Gerontological Society of America annual meeting in New Orleans next week. His talk will focus on the effect that the interaction between health status and age has on the amount of time individuals spend alone, with family, and others. His findings show that

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Lab Members Present Research to ONR

Published on November 12, 2010 by

All NCASD Lab members presented research to the Office of Naval Research MURI funding oversight committee at the annual Scalable Methods for the Analysis of Network-Based Data All Hands Meeting. Highlights included Professor Butts’s talk on the importance of seasonality and node sets in modeling networks, Zack Almquist’s demonstration of the UScensus2000-suite of R packages, Emma

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relevent Package for R Now Available

Published on November 12, 2010 by

The NCASD Lab is pleased to announce the first public release of the “relevent” package for the R statistical computing system. The relevent package provides tools to fit relational event models (as introduced in Butts (2008)), and includes support for dyadic relational events (such as communication or other pairwise interactions), general individual or multi-party interactions,

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