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5th International Conference on Computational Social Science, 17-20 July 2019.
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Fabio Votta📊🦉 Jul 20
The 5th Computational Social Science Conference was an amazing experience! A big thanks goes out to all organizers and everyone who made this possible! I've done a (short) analysis of the Twittersphere, check out the code here:
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Yuan Yuan Jul 22
Thank for bring us together. A lot of interesting studies. See you next year at MIT and I will be more than happy to be a local host!!
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IC2S2 Jul 22
Thanks everyone for being a part of the 2019 in Amsterdam! See you next year in Boston for the 6th edition of
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Justin Ho Jul 20
I came with one paper, but leave with twenty new research ideas and countless new friends! A big thank to all organisers at for the amazing week!
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Sarah Shugars Jul 20
I’m so excited to see that will be in Boston next year! I’ve heard such great things about this conference but haven’t been able to fit it into my conference travel schedule
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Manfred Schoch Jul 20
Goodbye Amsterdam! Had a blast at ! Great constructive spirit at the conference. Hope to see everyone in Boston
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Joe Bak-Coleman Jul 20
A huge thanks to the organizers for a great week.
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Dr. Smart (HS3) Jul 21
Headed back to the states after all this euro-beauty. Thank you for the platform and the mental break from .
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David Lazer Jul 21
A bit of computational social science history, a distant forerunner of , the Eric Mindich Conference on Computational Social Science in 2007 hosted by hosted by , videos available:
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Jaehyuk Park Jul 21
Back to Bay Area. It was great time to explore the beautiful city, Amsterdam, and to meet super cool people through interesting conversations. Hope to meet you all soon again! 🙋🏽‍♂️👋🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾
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IC2S2 Jul 20
IC2S2 2020 next year is at MIT!
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IC2S2 Jul 20
How humans judge machines? A keynote by
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Computational Social Science Network Jul 20
. of also discusses in her keynote: 2) How can we combine methods from and network analysis to advance our knowledge about communication based networks? 3) How can we assess the impact of information and science on people and society? 2/2
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K0k!l J Jul 20
Great to see address some important post- and pre-analysis, oft-ignored questions - e.g. Replicability and WTDGF (what is the data generation function?) ref keynotes by Jana Diesner and Ken Benoit
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フラジク・ラジム Jul 20
The size of the data will not make up for their messiness. Lack of cleaning will end up with misleading results. draws lessons from replicability issues in computational social science
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IC2S2 Jul 20
Keynote talk by on responsible social computing
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Walid Magdy Jul 20
By far, the most interesting/exciting talk for me by Fredrik Jansson. Excellent study on factors/arguments affecting opinion change for liberals vs conservatives in US. The paper is published in
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Kleber Oliveira Jul 20
By looking at how physically distributed citations are in the space of papers text body, noticed that we on average cite popular papers in a quite distinct way at the Science Studies oral presentation track of the
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Didem GUNDOGDU Jul 20
How e-payment shapes the developing countries. Cook work from , , here is the pre-print.
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Quercia Jul 20
The inflation of topics in physics?
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