Social Network Analysis from Perceptual Tomography
SNAPT is a tablet-based data collection platform that uses “selfies” and drop-and-drag technologies to facilitate the collection of anonymous social network data among hard-to-reach populations.
ODIN software–a cell phone-based network and responsive ecological momentary assessment (rEMA) platform that incorporates context-based question prompts and collects dynamic interaction data for health and intervention research.
Multi-Actor Based Universal Simulation Engine (MABUSE)
Mabuse is a large scale network simulation platform that combines agent-based and structured actor simulation approaches to simulate pathogen spread among hard to reach populations.
Together, these technologies have allowed our team to collected better, more nuance data among difficult to reach groups, model their interactions with greater accuracy and flexibility, and simulate the result of long time periods to allow for public health planning and intervention impact.