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Are you interested in the analysis of time-stamped network data in python?

You may want to check out this educational tutorial on the analysis of temporal networks which demonstrates the brand-new python module pyTempNet (which I just released on gitHub).

This ipython tutorial will walk you through some basic examples for non-Markovian temporal networks, along the line reproducing the major findings of our recent works on temporal networks.

Looking forward to your feedback!

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I am excited to announce that the program of our #NetSci2015  satellite workshop HONS 2015 is now complete.

A great line-up of speakers will introduce cutting-edge research on relational data mining. Practical tools for higher-order network analysis will be shown during two live demo sessions.

Please register on the workshop's website to reserve your seat

See you in Zaragoza!

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Our Post-Doc Mario Vincenzo Tomasello will give a talk at the WEHIA 2015 conference in Nice, France. He will talk about R&D Networks, and will shine light on the dynamic rewiring of knowledge exchange.

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Part of the 9th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media in Oxford, UK, the Science Slam later that night, partly organised by David Garcia.

Submission deadline has already passed, but don't miss out on attending this scientific yet informal event.

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Four years after: the grassroots movement 15M in Spain was largely initiated on Social Online Networks. Findings of our David Garcia point out that in these networks, cascading is a lot more apparent with the presence of negative collective emotions (the Movimiento 15M was largely dominated by negative emotions). Also, central agents expressed themselves more, and also more negative. To appear in EPJ Data Science.

Taking our courses Agent-Based Modelling or Complex Networks? Course evaluation of ETH now in your inbox. There are very valuable for us, so please help us improving these courses by filling them in.

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Saturday next week, our Professor Frank Schweitzer will give a talk on the too big to scale Symposium of the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). It will be about the limits to scaling - and how to get beyond

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W. Brian Arthur on Complexity and the Shift in Western thought.

Curious about the darker side of Online Privacy? Our David Garcia will pitch during the Debunking Science Slam in Zurich. It is an alternative to the general Science Slam, with a skeptical look about science and innovation.

Event starts at 19.00 in BQm, the bar at the Polyterrasse of the ETH Zurich.
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