Random networks are a hot topic. They can predict your most likely "friends" on Facebook, model the spread of disease, and predict failures in computer networks. R provides some of the world's best tools for estimating, evaluating, simulating, and visualizing random networks.
We have three speakers lined up for this evening:
- Nick Switanek from Northwestern
- Mike Siciliano from UIC
- Adam Hogan from Design & Analytics
All three are doing very cool research with R and network analysis. Please join us when they explain what they do and how they do it.
As always, there will be beer and pizza, free of charge, and we have some great new give-aways. Hope to see you there!