Critical Network Analytics

From Our Networks 2047

Presented by Biyi Wen


In the recent years, network analytics has become a popular research model applied in an interdisciplinary manner. Alternatively, it can also be understood as an episteme, a way through which to make sense of networked phenomenons. The availability of network analytics software tools and access to datasets have supported the field's growth.

At the same time, network analysts themselves question the comprehensiveness of the methodology. I would like to propose a session similar to a study group, to come up with alternative theories that amend to traditional network science.