Presentation at the AAG 2014
Caglar Koylu will present his research "Spatial and temporal patterns of topics on Twitter during social movements" in the session titled "Social Media" at the AAG 2014 Conference on Friday, 4/11/2014 at 8:00 AM. Here is the link to his talk:
Presentation at the Sunbelt 2014 INSNA International Social Network Conference in St. Pete Beach, FL, from February 18 – February 23, 2014
This paper introduces a visual and computational approach to understanding the spatial, temporal and relational aspects in large ego-centric geo-social networks. We demonstrate our approach using data from historical marriage registers in the Netherlands.
Presentation at the 38th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association in Chicago, IL, November 21-24, 2013
This study looks at the spatial and temporal dimensions of witness relations in marriage networks by applying a space-time kernel density approach. Marriage networks represent chosen patterns of sociability for a large proportion of the population. We aim to answer research questions: To what extent did witness relations became denser over time and space, i.e. consisting of relatively more kin and/or of geographically more clustered family hubs, during the period 1830-1950?