[R-jobs] (Small) programming job related to network analysis

Michael Haenlein h@en|e|n @end|ng |rom e@cpeurope@eu
Mon Apr 18 16:45:59 CEST 2016

Dear all,

I am looking for help in programming three functions. Those functions
should simulate (social) networks according to the process described in :

(1) A.H. Dekker - "Realistic Social Networks for Simulation using Network
Rewiring" (

(2) Konstantin Klemm and Vıctor M. Eguıluz - "Growing scale-free networks
with small-world behavior" (http://ifisc.uib-csic.es/victor/Nets/sw.pdf)

(3) Petter Holme and Beom Jun Kim - "Growing Scale-Free Networks with
Tunable Clustering" (http://arxiv.org/pdf/cond-mat/0110452.pdf)

I am looking for three functions (e.g., sample_dekker, sample_klemm,
sample_holme) that generate an output similar to the functions sample_pa
and sample_smallworld in the R package igraph. The input should be the
number of nodes in the network (e.g., 1000) and any other parameters those
models require.

In case this is of relevance to one of you, please write me a brief email
with an approximate cost estimate for this programming job. I would love to
have this finished within the next four weeks or so but the deadline is
somehow flexible. I am planning to use these functions in a research
project related to agent-based modeling.



Michael Haenlein
Professor of Marketing
ESCP Europe

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