R tutorial: clique percolation to detect communities in networks

In two previous blog posts, we identified a fundamental challenge to community detection in psychometric network analysis: Commonly used algorithms assign each node to one particular community. One of these blog posts was an R tutorial I wrote, the other a guest blog by Tessa Blanken and Marie Deserno on …

Idiography: Where have we come from, where should we go to?

Marilyn Piccirillo (email) is a graduate student in the Washington University Clinical Science Ph.D. program. She is primarily interested in idiographic methodology and how psychologists can implement these methods into clinical and applied settings. Recently, she authored two papers on idiography in collaboration with her mentor – Tom Rodebaugh – …

Network analysis summer school & workshop materials online

In the last months, a number of free resources for network analysis appeared online which I wanted to summarize briefly. Sacha Epskamp and Adela Isvoranu organized the 5-day Psychological Networks Amsterdam Summer, with presentations from over 10 researchers. All resources are available online. I gave several 2-day workshops this year, …