Population-Scale
Network Analysis

A new research data infrastructure in
computational social science

Population-scale Social Network Analysis

Event at IC2S2 Conference - 30 July 2021

Population-scale Social Network Analysis

Keynote Frank Takes at IC2S2 2021

The effect of commuting on the income assortativity of social network ties

Conference talk at IC2S2 - 28 July 2021

The effect of commuting on the income assortativity of social network ties

Authors: Eszter Bokanyi, Sándor Juhász, Márton Karsai and Balazs Lengyel

Income of home neighbourhood and the structure and concentration of online social ties in US metro areas

Conference talk at IC2S2 - 28 July 2021

Income of home neighbourhood and the structure and concentration of online social ties in US metro areas

Authors: Sándor Juhász, Ádám Kovács, Balázs Lengyel and Eszter Bokányi

The emergence of hierarchy in spatial diffusion over the life-cycle of innovations

Conference talk at IC2S2 - 31 July 2021

The emergence of hierarchy in spatial diffusion over the life-cycle of innovations

Authors: Eszter Bokanyi, Martin Novák, Ákos Jakobi and Balazs Lengyel

Measuring Anonymity in Complex Networks

Poster presentation at IC2S2 - 31 July 2021

Measuring Anonymity in Complex Networks

Authors: Rachel de Jong; Mark van der Loo; Frank Takes

POPNET project officially started

News

19 April 2021

POPNET project officially started

The Population Scale Network Analysis for Social Sciences and Humanities (POPNET) project has started on April 1, 2021. The interdisciplinary consortium, consisting of the University of Amsterdam (UvA), Leiden University (LU) and Statistics Netherlands (CBS), has come together to build an open digital infrastructure for network analysis of the entire Dutch population.

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ABOUT POPNET

POPNET is a novel digital infrastructure and research community with the aim of unlocking longitudinal social network data on the entire population of the Netherlands for academic research purposes. 

Research infrastructure


A first-of-a-kind research infrastructure tailored in terms of hard- and software specifically for large-scale social network analysis will be developed.

Social network analysis research


Pilot social network analysis studies will be performed on the population-scale social network of the Netherlands, in parallel with the building of the research infrastructure.

Community
building


We aim to bring together network analysis researchers and other scientists who assess social complexity.

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