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Peregrine helps with research into social influence in networks

04 October 2018

Christian Steglich investigates social influence in networks and is part of the Statistics and Network Analysis cluster. He and his colleagues helps other sociologists with high-quality complex models that show how networks function and develop. With this Groningen has a leading position worldwide. For this research they use our supercomputer Peregrine.

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