One more time: Complex Networks 2019!

Last week's Complex Networks conference in Lisbon was exactly as cool as I expected. Three days full* of outstanding talks, inspiring discussions, and meeting new people and old acquaintances. During the conference, I did quite a bit of live tweeting. So, this post is essentially a collection of my Twitter threads from Complex Networks. Check …

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Complex Networks plans

Next week, it’s time for one of my favourite conferences: Complex Networks that this year takes place in Lisbon, Portugal. Complex Networks is a relatively small conference, meaning less difficult decisions between interesting talks given at the same time (although this year there seem to be three sessions in parallel instead of the two of …

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To smooth or not to smooth?

I’ve written this post together with Ana Triana, and it’s based the our brand-new preprint “Effects of spatial smoothing on group-level differences in functional brain networks” by Ana, Enrico Glerean, Jari Saramäki and me, now available at arXiv. I’ve written quite a bit about how to construct a functional brain network from fMRI data. From …

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What’s a scientific source?

Scientific innovations don’t come about in isolation. Isaac Newton, no less, stated that if he has seen further it has been by standing on the shoulders of giants – and he definitely saw pretty far. Familiarizing with research by others is an essential part of every researcher’s work. Scientific publications cite tons of sources: a …

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