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INFO 623 Social Network Analytics 3.0 Credits

The goals of this course are to understand the social network analysis methods and how they can be applied in studying the social network properties in both online and physical environments. The course introduces the knowledge and tools necessary for conducting social network analysis which is widely used in the social and behavioral sciences, social computing, economics, marketing, and informatics. The social network perspective focuses on relationship among social entities. It covers graph and matrix representation, centrality and prestige measures, cohesive analysis, positional and role analysis. Students gain practical experience with social network analysis and visualization tools.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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