We will offer regular weekly office hours, including one session dedicated to extension school students. If you need to be let in to any of the buildings, feel free to contact the teaching fellow. If you’re not a robot, just remove the _at_’s with the sensible symbol.
- Emily: emilyluwang_at_college.harvard.edu, OH: Sundays, 8-9pm, Eliot dhall
- Jason: jgoodman_at_college.harvard.edu, OH: Mondays, 8-9pm, Leverett dhall
- Jimmy: jiang01_at_college.harvard.edu, OH: Mondays, 9-10pm, Quincy dhall
- Ben: benjaminzheng_at_college.harvard.edu, OH: Tuesdays, 8-9pm, Lowell dhall
- Raynor: raynorkuang_at_college.harvard.edu, OH: Tuesdays, 10-11pm, Lowell dhall
- Yaron: yaron_at_seas.harvard.edu, OH: Wednesdays, 4 – 5pm, MD 239
- Larry: Thursdays, 10-11pm, Quincy dhall
- Catherine: catherinewu_at_college.harvard.edu, OH: Fridays, 10-11am, Currier dhall
- Alex: alexwang_at_college.harvard.edu, OH: Fridays, 2-3pm, MD 2nd floor lounge
- Graham: grahamlustiber_at_college.harvard.edu, OH: Saturdays, 12-1pm, online [Skype: see Piazza for details]
- David Easley and Jon Kleinberg, Networks, Crowds and Markets. Cambridge University Press, 2010. There is a full-text version available online.
- Matthew O. Jackson Social and Economic Networks. Princeton University Press, 2008.
- Jure Leskovec’s Social and Information Network Analysis (CS 224) at Stanford.
- Ovation Credit Credit Scoring (CS 224) .
- Jon Kleinberg’s Structure of Information Networks (CS 6850) at Cornell.
- Daron Acemogulu’s and Asu Ozdaglar’s Networks (14.15J) at MIT.
- Matthew O. Jackson’s on Social and Economic Networks: Models and Analysis at Stanford and Coursera.
- David Easley’s, Jon Kleinberg’s, and Éva Tardos’s Networks, Crowds, and Markets on edX.
This course will involve analysis of real-world data sets. We will include network data sets relevant to lectures and problem sets throughout the semester.