matthew salganik :: research
"Wiki surveys: Open and quantifiable social data collection."
Matthew J. Salganik and Karen E. C. Levy.
Working paper.
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"Commentary: Respondent-driven sampling in the real world."
Matthew J. Salganik.
Epidemiology, 23:148-150. 2012.
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"Assessing network scale-up estimates for groups most at risk for HIV/AIDS: Evidence from a multiple method study of heavy drug users in Curitiba, Brazil."
Matthew J. Salganik, Dimitri Fazito, Neilane Bertoni, Alexandre H. Abdo, Maeve B. Mello, and Francisco I. Bastos.
American Journal of Epidemiology, 174:1190-1196. 2011.
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"The game of contacts: Estimating the social visibility of groups."
Matthew J. Salganik, Maeve B. Mello, Alexandre H. Abdo, Neilane Bertoni, Dimitri Fazito, and Francisco I. Bastos.
Social Networks, 33:70-78. 2011.
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"Assessing respondent-driven sampling."
Sharad Goel and Matthew J. Salganik.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107:6743-6747. 2010.
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"How many people do you know?: Efficiently estimating personal network size."
Tyler H. McCormick, Matthew J. Salganik, and Tian Zheng.
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 105:59-70. 2010.
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"Counting hard-to-count populations: The network scale-up method for public health."
H. Russell Bernard, Tim Hallett, Alexandrina Iovita, Eugene C. Johnsen, Rob Lyerla, Christopher McCarty, Mary Mahy, Matthew J Salganik, Tetiana Saliuk, Otilia Scutelniciuc, Gene A Shelley, Petchsri Sirinirund, Sharon Weir, and Donna F. Stroup.
Sexually Transmitted Infections, 86:ii11-ii15. 2010.
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"Web-based experiments for the study of collective social dynamics in cultural markets."
Matthew J. Salganik and Duncan J. Watts.
Topics in Cognitive Science, 1:439-468. 2009.
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"Respondent-driven sampling as Markov chain Monte Carlo."
Sharad Goel and Matthew J. Salganik.
Statistics in Medicine, 28:2202-2229, 2009.
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"Leading the herd astray: An experimental study of self-fulfilling prophecies in an artificial cultural market."
Matthew J. Salganik and Duncan J. Watts.
Social Psychology Quarterly, 71:338-355, 2008.
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"Experimental study of inequality and unpredictability in an artificial cultural market."
Matthew J. Salganik, Peter S. Dodds, and Duncan J. Watts.
Science, 311:854-856, 2006.
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"How many people do you know in prison?: Using overdispersion in count data to estimate social structure in networks."
Tian Zheng, Matthew J. Salganik, and Andrew Gelman.
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 101:409-423. 2006.
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"Variance estimation, design effects, and sample size calculations for respondent-driven sampling."
Matthew J. Salganik.
Journal of Urban Health, 83:98-111. 2006.
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"Sampling and estimation in hidden populations using respondent-driven sampling."
Matthew J. Salganik and Douglas D. Heckathorn.
Sociological Methodology, 34:193-239. 2004.
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