Dec 23 2016: We are organizing the Wiki Workshop 2017 at WWW 2017 in Perth, Australia, on April 3 or 4, 2017 (exact date TBD).
Aug 16 2016: Paper Graphs over Time: Densification Laws, Shrinking Diameters and Possible Explanations won the test of time award at the ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, 2016.
Jul 21 2016: SNAP 3.0 has been released. This is a major release with support for relational tables, multimodal graphs, personalized pagerank, motif-based network clustering, and much more.
May 14 2016: Tim Althoff's paper on natural language processing for mental health got accepted for publication at TACL. More information on the project and how to access the dataset can be found here.
Apr 19 2016: Robert West successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation.
Apr 15 2016: Paper Patterns of Influence in a Recommendation Network won the 10-year Most Influential Paper Award at Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (PAKDD), 2016.
Feb 24 2016: We are releasing the Pizza Request dataset used in How to Ask for a Favor: A Case Study on the Success of Altruistic Requests (ICWSM 2014).
Jan 4 2016: We are organizing the Wiki Workshop 2016 at WWW and ICWSM.
Sep 15 2015: Paper Realistic, Mathematically Tractable Graph Generation and Evolution, Using Kronecker Multiplication won the test of time award at European Conference on Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML/PKDD), 2015.
May 24 2015: Tim Althoff has been awarded a three year Stanford Graduate Fellowship. Congrats Tim!
May 12 2015: Snap.py 1.2 has been released.
May 12 2015: SNAP 2.4 has been released.
Apr 22 2015: Justin Cheng's paper featured in The Washington Post: Scientists have figured out how to tell when someone is an online troll.
Apr 17 2015: Justin Cheng's paper featured in the Guardian: Algorithm "identifies future trolls from just five posts".
Apr 14 2015: Justin Cheng's paper featured at wired.co.uk: "Troll hunting" algorithm could make web a better place.
Apr 10 2015: Justin Cheng's paper featured in the MIT Technology Review: How a Troll-Spotting Algorithm Learned Its Anti-antisocial Trade.
Apr 3 2015: Himabindu Lakkaraju was awarded the Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship.
Feb 25 2015: We are organizing a workshop on Wikipedia at ICWSM.
Feb 24 2015: The SNAP Group is inviting applications for the position of Postdoctoral Scholar. More information here.
Feb 6 2015: Justin Cheng was awarded a Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship
Nov 1 2014:The Mobilize Center at Stanford University has openings for several Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellows
Oct 7 2014: Dafna Shahaf finished her Postdoctoral Fellowship with the group and joined Microsoft Research
Sep 1 2014: Bruno Abrahao joined our group for his postdoctoral studies
Aug 15 2014: Julian McAuley finished his Postdoctoral Fellowship with the group and joined UCSD as an Assistant Profesor
Jul 18 2014: Seth Myers successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation
Jul 14 2014: Michal Kosinski from University of Cambridge joined our group for his postdoctoral studies
Jul 7 2014: New dataset: Wikipedia Requests for Adminship with text
Jun 19 2014: Snap.py 1.1 has been released
Jun 16 2014: SNAP 2.3 has been released
Jun 1 2014: Tutorial on Large Scale Network Analytics with SNAP was given at ICWSM-14
Apr 9 2014: Paper Engaging with Massive Online Courses was selected as the best paper runner-up at WWW 2014
Mar 21 2014: Snap.py 1.0 has been released
Mar 12 2014: SNAP 2.2 has been released
Jan 22 2014: Myunghwan Kim successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation
Nov 8 2013: Jaewon Yang successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation
Nov 6 2013: New dataset: Higgs Twitter Dataset
Sep 12 2013: SNAP 2.1 has been released
Aug 28 2013: New dataset: CellarTracker reviews
Aug 21 2013: New dataset: Google Plus Social Circles
Aug 21 2013: New dataset: Twitter Social Circles
Jul 15 2013: New dataset: Facebook Social Circles
Jun 28 2013: New dataset: RateBeer reviews
May 15 2013: Paper No Country for Old Members: User lifecycle and linguistic change in online communities was selected for the best paper award at WWW 2013
May 13 2013: SNAP 2.0 has been released
Mar 25 2013: New dataset: Reddit submissions
Mar 14 2013: New datasets: 10 million reviews of wines, gourmet foods, and movies CellarTracker and Amazon
Feb 20 2013: New dataset: Pokec social network from Slovakia. Thank you, Ľuboš Takáč.
Feb 10 2013: We welcome Volkswagen as a supporter of the SNAP group
Jan 7 2013: SNAP 1.11 has been released
Jan 7 2013: New dataset: Flickr image relationships
Dec 3 2012: New datasets: 4.5 million beer reviews BeerAdvocate and RateBeer
Nov 7 2012: New datasets: Social circles in ego networks Facebook, Google+, and Twitter
Oct 8 2013: We received a donation of server CPUs from Intel. Thank you Intel!
Oct 15 2012: SNAP 1.10 has been released
Oct 10 2012: SNAP code repository is now available on GitHub
Sep 24 2012: Dafna Shahaf from CMU joined our group for her postdoctoral studies
Aug 1 2012: Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil from Cornell Univesity joined our group for his postdoctoral studies
Jan 11 2012: New datasets: Location-based online social networks Gowalla and Brightkite
Aug 21 2011: Tutorial on Social Media Analytics was given at KDD 2011
Apr 17 2011: SNAP now computes k-core decomposition and analyzes information cascades
Oct 21 2010: New datasets: 476 million tweets, memetracker data, Amazon product data
Oct 1 2010: SNAP now also computes network motifs and overlapping network communities
Jul 10 2010: SNAP networks are now part of the University of Florida Sparse Matrix collection
April 25 2010: SNAP is now available through the NodeXL which is a graphical front-end that integrates network analysis and SNAP into Microsoft Office and Excel. Using NodeXL, users without programming skills can make use of key elements of the SNAP library
November 25 2009: more datasets added, new version of the library
June 28 2009: website launched with 36 network datasets and SNAP network analysis library