Here, I will be uploading a random set of resources that I have developed for a variety of projects. For the most part, these will be R routines with a bit of explanation of how to use them. I will try to upload resources as I get them up and running, so this page should be getting better over time.
If you have any problems or suggestions on anything presented here, please don't hesitate to contact me at dshizuka2'at'unl'dot'edu
- I do not promise elegance in my codes- Please ALWAYS double-check the codes and data outputs to make sure it is right for you. The routines posted here are designed for my own personal research, and I will not take responsibility for your usage of them.
Basic Social Network Analysis in R:
I use social network analysis as a tool for
understanding the social relationships between individuals in some
avian systems. I am in the process of learning to
use two packages for social network analysis in R--statnet and igraph--and
I have decided to post what I have learned in hopes
that someone else might find this information useful. Below are small tutorials I have written up for various aspects of social network analysis in R. I hope you find some of this useful.
R codes for analyses of social relationships:
These are some codes I cooked up for methods that are commonly used in analyses of social behavior:
Useful plotting routines in R:
These are simple but useful codes that I have used to produce some plots.