What's the rumpus (: I'm Asaf Shapira and this is NETfrix - the Network Science Podcast. As my friends already know, the engraving on my headstone will say: I hate to be mistaken, but when this rare event does occur, I like to quote the Israeli proverb:" When you point an accusing finger at someone, at least 3 of your fingers are pointed at your direction."
And now that it happened, I'm here to undo my errors.
It all began when I recently read an interview with Prof. Robin
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I'm Asaf Shapira and this is NETfrix - the Network Science Podcast. In a recent post in a data analysis group on Facebook, someone posed the following problem:
He wanted to know which product of his company is usually bought with which product.
A brief inquiry revealed that he does not program, but far worse than that, he wasn't aware of episode 8 on NETfrix in which this exact issue was discussed.
So, I was able to solve at least one of his problems,
What's the rumpus 😊 I'm Asaf Shapira and this is NETfrix - The Network Science Podcast. New agers have Burning Man, geeks have Comicon and network science enthusiasts have the Networks2021 conference. In this episode we'll talk with Dr. Ann McCranie, the General Organizer of the conference,
to learn what's so special about it and how to make the most out of it. We've managed to get her to spill the beans about soon-to-be-announced plenary talks and though she's impartial as
What's the rumpus 😊 I'm Asaf Shapira and this is NETfrix – The Network Science Podcast. When we are first presented with the concept that everybody in the world is just 6 steps of acquaintance from everybody else, we usually go through the same 7 stages: Initially you are skeptical. It sounds weird. Then, you try it on yourself, usually calculating in your head how close you are to the president of the United States. Then comes amazement – Wow, I'm just 3 to 5 steps from the
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I'm Asaf Shapira and this is NETfrix, The Network Science Podcast.
Today we're going to have a talk with the one and only Michele Coscia, an associate professor at IT University of Copenhagen by day, and by night, the author of the "Connecting Humanities" Blog for Network Science.
In between, he managed to squeeze out a monumental book titled "The Atlas for the Aspiring Network Scientist", which we'll be on our to-talk-about-list. We'll also review some
What's the rumpus :) I'm Asaf Shapira and this is The Awesome "Network Science in Podcasts" List! The reason I started NETfrix - The Network Science Podcast - is because I didn't find any podcast that is dedicated to Network Science besides Knitting Networks Podcast and mine of course... Unfortunately, one is in Spanish and the other in Hebrew...
Good news! Soon Knitting Networks will start an English version of the podcast (2021) and also Prof. Sune Lehmann is planning to l