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  • Caimo, A., N. Friel, and M. A. Caimo. “Package ‘Bergm’.” Networks 33 (2012): 41–55.
  • Desmarais, B. A., and S. J. Cranmer. “Statistical Inference for Valued-Edge Networks: The Generalized Exponential Random Graph Model.” PloS One 7, no. 1 (2012): e30136.
  • Goodreau, S. M., S. Cassels, D. Kasprzyk, D. E. Montaño, A. Greek, and M. Morris. “Concurrent Partnerships, Acute Infection and HIV Epidemic Dynamics Among Young Adults in Zimbabwe.” AIDS and Behavior (2012): 1–11.
  • Keegan, B., D. Gergle, and N. Contractor. “Do Editors or Articles Drive Collaboration?: Multilevel Statistical Network Analysis of Wikipedia Coauthorship.” In Proceedings of the ACM 2012 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 427–436, 2012.
  • Ortiz-Pelaez, A., G. Ashenafi, F. Roger, and A. Waret-Szkuta. “Can Geographical Factors Determine the Choices of Farmers in the Ethiopian Highlands to Trade in Livestock Markets?” PloS One 7, no. 2 (2012): e30710.


  • ———. “Bernoulli Graph Bounds for General Random Graphs.” Sociological Methodology 41, no. 1 (2011): 299–345.
  • Caimo, A., and N. Friel. “Bayesian Inference for Exponential Random Graph Models.” Social Networks 33, no. 1 (2011): 41–55.
  • Craft, M. E., and D. Caillaud. “Network Models: An Underutilized Tool in Wildlife Epidemiology?” Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Diseases 2011 (2011): 676949.
  • Gile, K. J., and M. S. Handcock. “Network Model-assisted Inference from Respondent-driven Sampling Data.” Arxiv Preprint arXiv:1108.0298 (2011).
  • Grün, B., and K. Hornik. “Topicmodels: An R Package for Fitting Topic Models.” Journal of Statistical Software 40, no. 13 (2011): 1–30.
  • Harris, J. K., J. Cyr, B. J. Carothers, N. B. Mueller, V. V. Anwuri, and A. I. James. “Referrals Among Cancer Services Organizations Serving Underserved Cancer Patients in an Urban Area.” American Journal of Public Health 101, no. 7 (2011): 1248.
  • Keegan, B., M. A. Ahmed, D. Williams, J. Srivastava, and N. Contractor. “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi Virtuali? Promise and Peril in the Computational Social Science of Clandestine Organizing” (2011).
  • Reichardt, J., R. Alamino, and D. Saad. “The Interplay Between Microscopic and Mesoscopic Structures in Complex Networks.” PloS One 6, no. 8 (2011): e21282.
  • Shalizi, C. R., and A. Rinaldo. “Consistency Under Sampling of Exponential Random Graph Models.” Arxiv Preprint arXiv:1111.3054 (2011).
  • Tomas, A., and K. J. Gile. “The Effect of Differential Recruitment, Non-response and Non-recruitment on Estimators for Respondent-driven Sampling.” Electronic Journal of Statistics 5 (2011): 899–934.
  • White, D. R. “Kinship, Class, and Community.” The SAGE Handbook of Social Network Analysis (2011): 129.


  • Asuncion, A. U., Q. Liu, A. T. Ihler, and P. Smyth. “Learning with Blocks: Composite Likelihood and Contrastive Divergence.” In Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (AISTATS), 2010.
  • Christenson, D. P., and J. M. Box-Steffensmeier. “The Factors of Interest Group Networks and Success: Organization, Issues and Resources.” 2010 (2010): 32.
  • Hiwatari, M. “A Network Structure of ROSCAs (Rotating Savings and Credit Associations): ERGMs (Exponential Random Graph Models) Applied to a Leaders’ Network in Rural Uzbekistan.” Discussion Paper, Series A 221 (2010): 1–24.
  • Luke, D. A., J. K. Harris, S. Shelton, P. Allen, B. J. Carothers, and N. B. Mueller. “Systems Analysis of Collaboration in 5 National Tobacco Control Networks.” American Journal of Public Health 100, no. 7 (2010): 1290.
  • Morris, M. “Barking up the Wrong Evidence Tree. Comment on Lurie & Rosenthal,‘Concurrent Partnerships as a Driver of the HIV Epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa? The Evidence Is Limited’.” AIDS and Behavior 14, no. 1 (2010): 31–33.
  • Nolin, D. A. “Food-Sharing Networks in Lamalera, Indonesia.” Human Nature 21, no. 3 (2010): 243–268.
  • Pachucki, M. A., and R. L. Breiger. “Cultural Holes: Beyond Relationality in Social Networks and Culture.” Annual Review of Sociology 36 (2010): 205–224.
  • Rubens, N., M. Vilenius, T. Okamoto, and D. Kaplan. “CAFE: Collaboration Aimed at Finding Experts.” International Journal of Knowledge and Web Intelligence 1, no. 3 (2010): 169–186.
  • Zaccarin, S., and G. Rivellini. “Modelling Network Data: An Introduction to Exponential Random Graph Models.” Data Analysis and Classification (2010): 297–305.


  • Bao, L., Z. Zhu, and J. Ye. “Modeling Oncology Gene Pathways Network with Multiple Genotypes and Phenotypes via a Copula Method.” In Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, 2009. CIBCB’09. IEEE Symposium On, 237–246, 2009.
  • van Duijn, M. A. J., K. J. Gile, and M. S. Handcock. “A Framework for the Comparison of Maximum Pseudo-likelihood and Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Exponential Family Random Graph Models.” Social Networks 31, no. 1 (2009): 52–62.
  • Emilie, M., and M. K. Hafner-Burton. “Network Analysis for International Relations.” International Organization 63 (2009): 559–92.
  • Huffaker, D., J. Wang, J. Treem, M. A. Ahmad, L. Fullerton, D. Williams, M. S. Poole, and N. Contractor. “The Social Behaviors of Experts in Massive Multiplayer Online Role-playing Games.” In Computational Science and Engineering, 2009. CSE’09. International Conference On, 4:326–331, 2009.
  • Morris, M., A. E. Kurth, D. T. Hamilton, J. Moody, and S. Wakefield. “Concurrent Partnerships and HIV Prevalence Disparities by Race: Linking Science and Public Health Practice.” American Journal of Public Health 99, no. 6 (2009): 1023.
  • Rothenberg, R. “HIV Transmission Networks.” Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS 4, no. 4 (2009): 260.
  • San Martín, M., and C. Gutierrez. “Representing, Querying and Transforming Social Networks with Rdf/sparql.” The Semantic Web: Research and Applications (2009): 293–307.
  • Stephen, A. T., and O. Toubia. “Explaining the Power-law Degree Distribution in a Social Commerce Network.” Social Networks 31, no. 4 (2009): 262–270.
  • Wang, P., K. Sharpe, G. L. Robins, and P. E. Pattison. “Exponential Random Graph (p*) Models for Affiliation Networks.” Social Networks 31, no. 1 (2009): 12–25.


  • Goodreau, S. M., M. S. Handcock, D. R. Hunter, C. T. Butts, and M. Morris. “A Statnet Tutorial.” Journal of Statistical Software 24, no. 9 (2008): 1.
  • Hunter, D. R., M. S. Handcock, C. T. Butts, S. M. Goodreau, and M. Morris. “Ergm: A Package to Fit, Simulate and Diagnose Exponential-family Models for Networks.” Journal of Statistical Software 24, no. 3 (2008): nihpa54860.