Date(s) - 04/17/2020 - 04/18/2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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This seminar will be hosted by Statistical Horizons.
Introduction to Social Network Analysis, Taught by Dr. John Skvoretz
April 17-18, Philadelphia
A social network perspective can provide novel explanatory variables (betweenness, centrality, structural holes, etc.) to account for why individuals and groups experience differential outcomes in wide variety of settings. More specifically, the study of social networks focuses on relationships among the units of a population. It also investigates how the structure of these ties affects outcomes experienced by both the units and the population. Often the units are persons, but they may be families, households, corporations, or nation states. Social network analysis refers to the methods by which properties of social networks are described, quantified, and analyzed. This workshop is an introduction to these methods.
The cost of attendance is $995 (though there is a fair discount for early registration). Click here for more info.