Citing the Software

Table of contents

  1. Citing the project
  2. Citing the evaluation

Please cite Network Canvas in publications or presentations that are created from any research, clinical, educational, or other applicable use of the Network Canvas Suite or any of its components. Through your citation of the software, we are able to measure its impact and track the ways in which it is being used.

Citing the project

When discussing the project as a whole, please cite our project website or our GitHub repositories:

Complex Data Collective. Network Canvas: Software to Simplify Complex Network Data Collection. 7 2016. https://networkcanvas.com

A BibTeX entry for LaTex users is:

    @misc{network-canvas,
      organization = {Complex Data Collective}, 
      title        = {Network Canvas: Software to Simplify Complex Network Data Collection},
      url          = {https://networkcanvas.com}
      month        = 7,
      year         = 2016
    }

URLs for citing Network Canvas repositories are:

Current downloads for the Network Canvas Software Suite are available at:

Citing the evaluation

You may wish to cite an evaluation of the software when discussing it in your research or grant materials. If this is the case, we recommend the following CHI paper:

Hogan, B., Melville, J., Phillips II, G., Janulis, P., Contractor, N., Mustanski, B., & Birkett, M. (2016). Evaluating the Paper-to-Screen Translation of Participant-Aided
Sociograms with High-Risk Participants. In Proceedings of the 2016 Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI ’16). San Jose, CA. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858368 A BibTeX entry for LaTex users is:

    @inproceedings{inproceedings,
        author  = {Bernie Hogan and Joshua Melville and Gregory Phillips II and Patrick Janulis and Noshir Contractor and Brian Mustanski and Michelle Birkett},
        year    = {2016},
        month   = {05},
        pages   = {},
        title   = {Evaluating the Paper-to-Screen Translation of Participant-Aided Sociograms with High-Risk Participants},
        volume  = {2016},
        journal = {Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems . CHI Conference},
        doi     = {10.1145/2858036.2858368}
    }

Other Project Publications

Birkett, M., Melville, J., Janulis, P., Phillips II, G., Contractor, N., & Hogan, B. (2020). Network Canvas: Key decisions in the design of an interviewer assisted network data collection software suite. Social Networks. Working Paper.

Hogan, B., Janulis, P., Phillips II, G., Melville, J., Mustanski, B., Contractor, N., & Birkett, M. (2019). Assessing the stability of ego-centered networks over time using the digital participant-aided sociogram tool Network Canvas. Network Science. In press. Collapse