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HEROIC Project Featured in Colorado Springs Business Journal

Project Co-PIs Carter Butts and Jeannette Sutton were recently featured in the Colorado Springs Business Journal in an article about the founding of the Project and the Project team’s research. The full article can be found here.

 
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Upcoming Workshop by Lab PI Butts at University of Michigan

Published on February 17, 2011 by

Lab PI Butts will present a workshop on “Sampling and Network Inference” at the 4th Annual Political Networks Conference and Workshops at the University of Michigan on June 16, 2011. The conference brings together those who study political networks from across a variety of disciplines. More information on the conference and workshops can be found here.

 
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Lab PI Butts Featured in Colorado Springs Business Journal

Published on February 17, 2011 by

Lab PI Carter Butts was recently featured in the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The full article, which can be found here, features both Butts and Lab collaborator Jeannette Sutton as well as the founding of Project HEROIC by the NCASD Lab and researchers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

 
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HEROIC Project Member Spiro Presents Research

HEROIC Project member Emma Spiro presented research at the INSNA Sunbelt XXXI Conference on February 10th. Spiro’s presentation, “Rumoring in Informal Online Communication Networks” detailed preliminary findings by HEROIC Project members regarding rumoring and information passing about the Deepwater Horizon … Continue reading

 
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gooJSON Package for R Released

Published on February 15, 2011 by

We are pleased to announce the introduction of the gooJSON package for R by Lab member Chris Marcum, a new software tool developed as part of the Lab’s NSF funded research on social networks and geography (NSF BCS-0827027). gooJSON is a suite of helper functions for obtaining data from the Google Maps API JSON objects. There are

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Lab Members Present Research at Sunbelt XXXI Conference

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Lab members Chris Marcum, Zack Almquist, Emma Spiro, Lorien Jasny, Sean Fitzhugh, and Nicole Pierski presented research at the INSNA Sunbelt XXXI Conference in St. Pete’s Beach, Florida. Chris Marcum presented “Temporality Effects on Copresence in Egocentric Personal Networks,” addressing the question of how the time of day, day of the week, and season of

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Lab PI Butts Presents Research, Speaks at INSNA Sunbelt Conference

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At last week’s INSNA Sunbelt XXXI Conference, Lab PI Carter Butts and alumnus Ryan Acton kicked off the Lab’s Sunbelt activities with a workshop on statistical analysis of network data using the statnet library for R on February 8, with the able assistance of Lab members Lorien Jasny and Zack Almquist. On the following day,

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Lab Founds Project HEROIC in Conjunction with UCCS

Published on February 5, 2011 by

The NCASD Lab is proud to announce the kick-off of Project HEROIC, a collaborative, NSF funded effort by the Lab in conjunction with researchers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS). Through a combination of data collection and modeling of conversation dynamics, the project team aims to understand the relationship between hazard events,

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