Skyler Cranmer
Skyler Cranmer
Carter Phillips and Sue Henry Professor of Political Science, The Ohio State University
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Inferential network analysis with exponential random graph models
SJ Cranmer, BA Desmarais
Political analysis 19 (1), 66-86, 2011
Elusive consensus: Polarization in elite communication on the COVID-19 pandemic
J Green, J Edgerton, D Naftel, K Shoub, SJ Cranmer
Science advances 6 (28), eabc2717, 2020
Navigating the range of statistical tools for inferential network analysis
SJ Cranmer, P Leifeld, SD McClurg, M Rolfe
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 237-251, 2017
Temporal exponential random graph models with btergm: Estimation and bootstrap confidence intervals
P Leifeld, SJ Cranmer, BA Desmarais
Journal of Statistical Software 83 (6), 2018
Complex dependencies in the alliance network
SJ Cranmer, BA Desmarais, EJ Menninga
Conflict management and peace science 29 (3), 279-313, 2012
Statistical mechanics of networks: Estimation and uncertainty
BA Desmarais, SJ Cranmer
Physica A: statistical mechanics and its applications 391 (4), 1865-1876, 2012
Statistical inference for valued-edge networks: The generalized exponential random graph model
BA Desmarais, SJ Cranmer
PloS one 7 (1), e30136, 2012
Micro‐level interpretation of exponential random graph models with application to estuary networks
BA Desmarais, SJ Cranmer
Policy Studies Journal 40 (3), 402-434, 2012
What can we learn from predictive modeling?
SJ Cranmer, BA Desmarais
Political Analysis 25 (2), 145-166, 2017
Toward a network theory of alliance formation
SJ Cranmer, BA Desmarais, JH Kirkland
International Interactions 38 (3), 295-324, 2012
A theoretical and empirical comparison of the temporal exponential random graph model and the stochastic actor-oriented model
P Leifeld, SJ Cranmer
Network science 7 (1), 20-51, 2019
A critique of dyadic design
SJ Cranmer, BA Desmarais
International studies quarterly 60 (2), 355-362, 2016
Testing the “Dick Cheney” hypothesis: do governments of the left attract more terrorism than governments of the right?
MT Koch, S Cranmer
Conflict Management and Peace Science 24 (4), 311-326, 2007
Reciprocity and the structural determinants of the international sanctions network
SJ Cranmer, T Heinrich, BA Desmarais
Social Networks 36, 5-22, 2014
Network interdependencies and the evolution of the international arms trade
PW Thurner, CS Schmid, SJ Cranmer, G Kauermann
Journal of Conflict Resolution 63 (7), 1736-1764, 2019
We have to be discrete about this: A non-parametric imputation technique for missing categorical data
SJ Cranmer, J Gill
British Journal of Political Science 43 (2), 425-449, 2013
Position-taking in the Euro crisis
K Armingeon, S Cranmer
Journal of European Public Policy 25 (4), 546-566, 2018
Kantian fractionalization predicts the conflict propensity of the international system
SJ Cranmer, EJ Menninga, PJ Mucha
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (38), 11812-11816, 2015
Inferential network analysis
SJ Cranmer, BA Desmarais, JW Morgan
Cambridge University Press, 2020
Stochastic weighted graphs: Flexible model specification and simulation
JD Wilson, MJ Denny, S Bhamidi, SJ Cranmer, BA Desmarais
Social Networks 49, 37-47, 2017
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