On 21-22 November 2022, the School of Sociology hosted the two-day HDR Conference: SOCIOLOGY LIVE, which brought together HDR candidates and guest HDR students from the School of Sociology and provided them with an opportunity to share their work with their peers.
Rob Ackland ran a seminar and masterclass at the University of Queensland on 15-16 November 2022.
As part of the the School of Sociology Seminar series at ANU, VOSON Lab affiliate A/P Mathieu O'Neil presented the research 'Towards recognition for the digital commons: Mapping researcher contributions to software innovation'.
The XLII Social Networks Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) #Sunbelt2022 took place on July 12-16, 2022, in Cairns, Australia, providing a fully-integrated hybrid experience.
The article was recently published in the Social Networks Journal. The publication is an output of the intrenational collaboration with Dr Tommaso Venturi (Center Internet and Society of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)), and Dr Kari De Pryck (Université Grenoble Alpes (PACTE), Grenoble, France)..
The XLII Social Networks Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) #Sunbelt2022 will be hosted in Cairns, Australia. The 2022 version includes both in-person and virtual formats.The special theme is Social Networks, Disaster Recovery and Environmental Governance in the face of Climate Change.
The following guides include methodological steps, examples and code, that the VOSON Lab has developed in the context of research. The focus of these guides is on complementing vosonSML functionalities and exploring methods for data collection and analysis, using other open-source R packages and software. All these guide
The VOSON Lab has developed a new open-source package: voson.tcn, an R tool to collect tweets belonging to specified threaded conversations via Early-Access Twitter API v2 and to generate networks for analysis. The Twitter API v2 pr