This post provides some background material for my talk “Social networks, time, and individual differences” at the Royal Statistical Society, London, in the Next Generation Networks Analytics meeting on Jan 5, 2018. If you heard the talk and would like to know more, see below!
-If you would like to have a look at the papers that I mentioned, here they are:
- Persistence of Social Signatures in Human Communication [PNAS | arXiv]
- Personality Traits and Ego-Network Dynamics [PLoS One]
- Daily Rhythms in Mobile Telephone Communication [PLoS One]
- Digital Daily Cycles of Individuals [Frontiers in Physics]
- Social Network Differences of Chronotypes Identified from Mobile Phone Data [arXiv]
-If you are interested in temporal and dynamic networks, here are some reviews:
- Temporal Networks by myself & Petter Holme [Physics Reports | arXiv]
- Modern Temporal Network Theory – A Colloquium; an update to the above by Petter Holme [EPJB | arXiv]
- From Seconds to Months – Multi-Scale Dynamics of Mobile Telephone Calls, by myself & Esteban Moro [EPJB | arXiv]
-If you’d like to read a general-audience blog post on the topic, here it is
-If you’d like to get in touch, email me at firstname.lastname(at)aalto.fi, or follow me on Twitter (@JariSaramaki)
Finally, thanks to the organizers for a nice event with great talks!