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A major update of the statnet packages is rolling out to CRAN June 10-30 2021. More info on our News page here
statnet is a suite of R packages for the management, exploration, statistical analysis, simulation and vizualization of network data. Our statistical modeling framework relies on Exponential-family Random Graph Models (ERGMs). All of our software
is open source (GPL-3), with development on GitHub, and packages published to the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN).
statnet community listserv
To get help or ask a question, join and post to the
statnet community listserve, statnet_help.
Training Materials from our Workshops
We publish a wide range of tutorials that provide an introduction to using the
statnet packages for network analysis. They can be found on our wiki here. You can also just type statnet.org/Workshops into your browser.
GitHub package repositories
The repositories in the GitHub
statnet organization are maintained by the Statnet Development Team. Many of these respositories are public, and all of the public repos have corresponding packages released on CRAN. View the full list of public repos.
The software in the
statnet organization includes:
Packages from the
statnet suite of software for the description, statistical analysis and vizualization of network data
Packages from the
EpiModel suite of software for the mathematical modeling of epidemics on networks.
More info at epimodel.org
We welcome bug reports, comments, suggestions or feature requests; please report these by filing a GitHub issue on the appropriate repository.
A number of videos are available that showcase how the
statnet suite has been used in scientific and/or policy applications. Some of these can be found on our movies page.