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Mark S. Handcock
Mark S. Handcock
Professor of Statistics, UCLA
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Latent space approaches to social network analysis
PD Hoff, AE Raftery, MS Handcock
Journal of the American Statistical Association 97 (460), 1090-1098, 2002
20812002
Latent Space Approaches to Social Network Analysis
PD Hoff, AE Raftery, MS Handcock
Department of Statistics, University of Washington, 2001
20812001
New specifications for exponential random graph models
TAВ Snijders, PE Pattison, GL Robins, MS Handcock
Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, 0
1578*
New Specifications For Exponential Random Graph Models
TAB Snijders, PE Pattison, GL Robins, MS Handcock
Sociological Methodology 36 (1), 99-153, 2006
15732006
ergm: A package to fit, simulate and diagnose exponential-family models for networks
M Morris, SM Goodreau, CT Butts, MS Handcock, DR Hunter
Journal of Statistical Software 24 (03), 2008
10652008
Recent Developments in Exponential Random Graph (p*) Models for Social Networks
G Robins, TAB Snijders, P Wang, MS Handcock, P Pattison
Social Networks 29 (2), 192-215, 2007
9542007
Model‐Based Clustering for Social Networks
MS Handcock, AE Raftery, JM Tantrum
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2007
9082007
statnet: An R Package for the Statistical Analysis and Simulation of Social Networks. Manual. University of Washington
MS Handcock, DR Hunter, CT Butts, SM Goodreau, M Morris
829*2006
A Bayesian Analysis of Kriging
MS Handcock, ML Stein
Technometrics 35 (4), 403-410, 1993
7311993
Prevalence of Chlamydial and Gonococcal Infections among Young Adults in the United States
WC Miller, CA Ford, M Morris, MS Handcock, JL Schmitz, MM Hobbs, ...
Journal of the American Medical Association 291 (18), 2229-2236, 2004
7212004
Goodness of Fit of Social Network Models
DR Hunter, SM Goodreau, MS Handcock
Journal of the American Statistical Association 103 (481), 2008
7102008
Goodness of Fit of Social Network Models
DR Hunter, SM Goodreau, MS Handcock
Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, 2005
7102005
Respondent‐Driven Sampling: An Assessment of Current Methodology
KJ Gile, MS Handcock
Sociological Methodology 40 (1), 285-327, 2010
6402010
Comment: On the Concept of Snowball Sampling
MS Handcock, KJ Gile
Sociological Methodology 41 (1), 367-371, 2011
6392011
Inference in Curved Exponential Family Models for Networks
DR Hunter, MS Handcock
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 15 (3), 2006
5862006
Assessing Degeneracy in Statistical Models of Social Networks
MS Handcock
Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences, University of Washington …, 2003
4532003
Relative Distribution Methods in the Social Sciences
MS Handcock, M Morris
Springer Science & Business Media, 2001
443*2001
statnet: Software Tools for the Statistical Analysis of Networks
MS Handcock, DR Hunter, CT Butts, SM Goodreau, M Morris
Journal of Statistical Software 24 (1), 1-13, 2008
442*2008
Relating Resources to a Probabilistic Measure of Space Use: Forest Fragments and Steller's Jays
JM Marzluff, JJ Millspaugh, P Hurvitz, MS Handcock
Ecology 85 (5), 1411-1427, 2004
4382004
An Approach to Statistical Spatial-Temporal Modeling of Meteorological Fields
MS Handcock, JR Wallis
Journal of the American Statistical Association 89 (426), 368-378, 1994
4291994
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