7 new papers on network replicability

You folks are working too hard, and I don’t find the time to keep posting news about all papers that come out on a weekly basis. But since replication, replicability, and generalizability have become such important topics in our field (arguably the topic of the year 2017), I wanted to …

R tutorial: how to identify communities of items in networks

A problem we see in psychological network papers is that authors sometimes over-interpret the visualization of their data. This pertains especially to the layout and node placement of the graph, for instance: do nodes in the networks cluster in certain communities. Below I will discuss this problem in some detail, …