of my computing projects involve
stochastic agent-based network modeling of HIV transmission in
different populations worldwide. Others involve empirical data
analysis, and modeling diffusion on networks. Code for some of my
public projects is on GitHub.
With collaborators at the Argonne
National Laboratory, I am combining
agent-based modeling tools available through the Repast
with dynamic network modeling tools available through the Statnet
project. These programs are being used to study the impact of
incarceration on Black MSM. The code is available here.
I have also coauthored 'influcenceR', an R pacakge to compute various
centrality metrics on large graphs.