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GIT: New pre-print on BioArxiv

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New work out, together with collaborators at King’s College London, Imperial College London and ISI Foundation. We applied the Mapper algorithm to the AHBA (Allen Human Brain Atlas). Our results suggest that topological network descriptions can be a powerful tool to explore the relationships between genetic pathways and their association with brain function and its perturbation due to illness and/or pharmacological challenge.

NetSci

GIT: Social Network Analysis for the network scientist

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Since I moved to IUNI as an Assistant Research Scientist, I have been struggling to communicate in a precise scientific language with network scientist in Sociology. The main problem being that the same terms I have learned from network scientists in Informatics do not always mean exactly the same thing in the two disciplines.
So here I am going to try and put together a list of resources for Informatics/Physics trained network scientist to better navigate the long history of Social Network Analysis in Sociology.

Network Science

GIT: Social Network Analysis for the network scientist

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Since I moved to IUNI as an Assistant Research Scientist, I have been struggling to communicate in a precise scientific language with network scientist in Sociology. The main problem being that the same terms I have learned from network scientists in Informatics do not always mean exactly the same thing in the two disciplines.
So here I am going to try and put together a list of resources for Informatics/Physics trained network scientist to better navigate the long history of Social Network Analysis in Sociology.

TDA

GIT: New pre-print on BioArxiv

less than 1 minute read

Published:

New work out, together with collaborators at King’s College London, Imperial College London and ISI Foundation. We applied the Mapper algorithm to the AHBA (Allen Human Brain Atlas). Our results suggest that topological network descriptions can be a powerful tool to explore the relationships between genetic pathways and their association with brain function and its perturbation due to illness and/or pharmacological challenge.

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GIT: New web-site in progress - UPDATE

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I decided to revamp my website with something that was more easily manageble. Talking with collegues I decided to give Jekyll a try. Setting the site up is taking longer than I thought, but I am slowly getting there. Hopefully this winter break will be helpful. Stay tuned!

social network analysis

GIT: Social Network Analysis for the network scientist

3 minute read

Published:

Since I moved to IUNI as an Assistant Research Scientist, I have been struggling to communicate in a precise scientific language with network scientist in Sociology. The main problem being that the same terms I have learned from network scientists in Informatics do not always mean exactly the same thing in the two disciplines.
So here I am going to try and put together a list of resources for Informatics/Physics trained network scientist to better navigate the long history of Social Network Analysis in Sociology.

sumbitted

GIT: New pre-print on BioArxiv

less than 1 minute read

Published:

New work out, together with collaborators at King’s College London, Imperial College London and ISI Foundation. We applied the Mapper algorithm to the AHBA (Allen Human Brain Atlas). Our results suggest that topological network descriptions can be a powerful tool to explore the relationships between genetic pathways and their association with brain function and its perturbation due to illness and/or pharmacological challenge.

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GIT: New web-site in progress - UPDATE

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I decided to revamp my website with something that was more easily manageble. Talking with collegues I decided to give Jekyll a try. Setting the site up is taking longer than I thought, but I am slowly getting there. Hopefully this winter break will be helpful. Stay tuned!

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