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Tessa Heeren 6h
About a month out from network analysis in R workshop and still can't stop experimenting! Very motivated by the paranoia that I will forget everything I learned. Looking forward to applying with in upcoming health systems research at !
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Sriganesh Srihari Jul 11
Here's a random pretty picture for you ! "Hub" baits 'family-ing' (grey) and 'partying' (red/blue) with their interactor preys (AP-MS pull-down). Also a sneakpeak into whats coming! Watch the space! 😉
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Mario Angst Jul 9
When data analysis turns into expressionist art - it's time to leave the office🙃. Having fun with and some on my last working day in Switzerland🇨🇭 this summer. Soon off to 🇸🇪
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Dr. Cheri Levinson Jul 8
Replying to @drrodebaugh @DrPamKeel
I’ve also been getting a ton of requests for unrelated to eating disorders so I’m surprised you aren’t getting those?
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Matthew Galati Apr 26
Tuesday (May1) at - I will be talking about 'Pattern Matching' (a generalization of subgraph isomorphism) using SAS Viya's network analysis algorithms. Computational comparisons to iGraph and Neo4j will be provided.
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Garland Technology Jul 8
Need to learn how to analyze a network stream? Here's a resource collection of learning guides/tutorials for you
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Scott Hines Feb 21
Turnover Contagion: The odds of an employee turning over increase by over 100% for every connection they have to a colleague who has left the company. Come see me present my research on at
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Imogen Bell Jul 1
David van den Berg presenting on a time-series of . Proud to have been apart of this super novel study! Paper just submitted so hopefully findings soon available
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Professor Chérie Armour Dec 15
Lovely lunch yesterday with some of my team! Great 2celebrate past success &2 support each other in future plans 4 & !
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WCHT 2019 Feb 7
helps EHR fulfil ~ will be key to high-intensity modelling needed for care. As used to aid-intensive tasks such as processing large data sets for or
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Ania Korsunska Apr 7
Close Up of a layout algorithm working in . What does it remind you of??? For me - it's little spiders tangling a web 🤔
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Kathryn Coniglio Mar 13
So far, things I'm most excited about at include: 1) a research training day dedicated to learning and 2) the IJED virtual issue, highlighting early career scholars. Yay for prioritizing training the next gen of eating disorder researchers!
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Victoria Egli Jul 13
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max munnecke Dec 15
Mapping of "Developers of Network Visualization Tools" by their Twitter friend network. Purple=developer. Blue=friend. Work-in-progress.
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☣ KitPloit - Hacker Tools Apr 3
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Eric Ma Apr 30
Mridul and I will be teaching tomorrow morning at ! Thrilled to have him lead the session while I TA for him. As lead instructor, he gets to wear a specially-designed, 3D-printed and -powered e-paper badge!
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Fabio Bento Jul 1
"Collaboration and networks are about people not data. People come first, then data. Not the other way around"
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Dalal Hanna Feb 5
Having fun learning about in with the Landscape Scholars group this morning. Excited to see where this goes in the coming weeks and learn a ton more about network analyses! Nothing quite like trying a new R package & generating a 1st figure.
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Folger Research May 2
Interested in approaches fo ? How about ? Digital for cultural heritage? Ballads, Archives, records? Social ? Come explore at in Oxford this July! Registration open
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Federico Rojas 💚 Jul 5
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