Get started @ SNAP
Welcome to SNAP! Here is a list that will help you get started in the SNAP group.
- SSH to shark.stanford.edu.
Login with your InfoLab account.
SNAP mailing list
Manage your subscription or request to be added here: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/snap-group
Public wiki: http://snap.stanford.edu/moin/
- Create an account yourself.
- Ask Andrej to get editing privileges.
- Ask Jaewon Yang for an account.
See SNAP wiki, here: http://www.stanford.edu/group/snap/cgi-bin/mediawiki/index.php/Datasets
Source core repository
- Source code is in git.
- Use username snap.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:/u/snap/git/snapcore.git
Papers, publications repository
- Papers are in an SVN repository.
- Use username snap.
Check out the repository as follows:
svn co svn+ssh://email@example.com/svn/snap2/docs/papers
The repository can be viewed in a browser with: http://snap.stanford.edu/viewvc/snap/
How to create and add a new paper to SVN
To add a new paper into the repository:
Checkout the appropriate year (e.g., "svn checkout http://firstname.lastname@example.org/svn/snap2/docs/papers/2018/")
Create a new subdirectory in the 2018 for the paper. Use the following notation to create the folder <your-name>-<keyword> (e.g., seth-influence, jaewon-communities)
We keep each section of the paper in a separate file (000abstract.tex, 010intro.tex, ...). Here is a paper template that you can use: http://snap.stanford.edu/svn/snap2/docs/papers/samplePaper.zip
- We put the figures (EPS files) into the FIG folder (see samplePaper.zip)
- We use the Makefile to compile the LaTeX source into PDF. If you rename the *.tex files make sure you also edit the Makefile appropriately.
- Now that you have the skeleton of the paper ready add it to the repository: "svn add my-paper". Make sure you only add *.tex, *.bib, Makefile and the FIG folder. Don't add *.aux and other temporary files.
Tips on writing good papers
For a nice set of tips and guidelines on how to write a good technical paper see Jennifer Widom's page: http://infolab.stanford.edu/~widom/paper-writing.html