Chuang, Jason, Daniel Ramage, Jeff Heer, and Christopher Manning. 2009. Thesis Topic Explorer. http://nlp.stanford.edu/projects/dissertations/
Hall, David, Dan Jurafsky, and Christopher D. Manning. Studying the History of Ideas Using Topic Models. Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP), 2008.
Krawczyk, Stefan. 2010. Semi-supervised Learning For Author Disambiguation in Bibliographic Data. Master’s thesis in computer science, Stanford University (in collaboration with: Michael Levin, Steven Bethard, Dan Jurafsky, Chris Manning).
Ramage, Daniel, David Hall, Ramesh Nallapati and Christopher D. Manning. 2009. "Labeled LDA: A supervised topic model for credit attribution in multi-labeled corpora." Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP), 2009.
Ramage, Daniel, Evan Rosen, Jason Chuang, Christopher D. Manning and Daniel A. McFarland. 2009. “Topic Modeling for the Social Sciences.” Neural Information Processing Systems, Workshop (NIPS Workshop, 2009).
Shi, Xiaolin, Jure Leskovec and Daniel McFarland. “Citing for High Impact.” Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 2010, June 21st-25th.
Biancani, Susan, Dan McFarland, Linus Dahlander, Lindsay Owens. 2010. Interdisciplinary Super-Centers and the Transformation of the American Research University. Under review at American Journal of Sociology.
Bethard, Steven and Dan Jurafsky. Who Should I Cite? Learning Literature Search Models from Citation Behavior. International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, 2010.
Dahlander, Linus and Daniel McFarland. 2010. Durable Ties: A Longitudinal Study of Tie Persistence. Under review at Administrative Science Quarterly.
Dahlander, Linus, Daniel McFarland and Craig M. Rawlings. 2010. Intellectual Tie Formation: Multiple Networks and Refunctionality. Presented at the annual SUNBELT meeting of the International Network for Network Analysis (April 2009) and to be presented at the Academy of Management in August 2009. Under review at Organization Science.
Levin, Michael, Stefan Krawczyk, Steven Bethard and Dan Jurafsky. Citation-Based Bootstrapping for Large-Scale Author Disambiguation. Submitted to International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, 2010.
Ramage, Daniel, Susan Dumais, and Christopher D. Manning. 2010. "Partially Labeled Topic Models for Text Mining." Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS).
Rawlings, Craig M., and Daniel McFarland “Peer Influence in Academic Research: Evidence from Affiliation Networks and Grant Productivity.” Revised and Resubmitted to Social Science Research.
Rawlings, Craig M., Daniel McFarland, Linus Dahlander, and Dan Wang. “Funnels and Filters: When Social Networks Channel Knowledge Flows in Complex Organizations.” Under Review at Administrative Science Quarterly
Biancani, Susan, Dan McFarland, Linus Dahlander, Lindsay Owens. 2010. The New Divisionalization of the Modern University: How Interdisciplinary Super-Centers Expand University Social Structures. Presented at Berkeley Journal of Sociology Conference on Knowledge Production and Expertise March 12, 2010 and American Educational Research Association, May 1, 2010.To be presented at the Academy of Management Annual Conference August 6, 2010 and the American Sociological Association Annual Conference, August 14, 2010.
Biancani, Susan, Lindsay Owens, Linus Dahlander, and Daniel McFarland. Neither Network, nor Hierarchy nor Market: Organizational Layering and the Case of Interdisciplinary Research Centers. To be presented at Association for the Study of Higher Education in November 2009.
Chuang, Jason and Jeffrey Heer, Christopher D. Manning. Selecting Descriptive Phrases for Text Documents: A Predictive Linguistic Model of Keyphrase Quality. Submitted to Visual Analytics Science and Technology Conference in March 2010. Not Accepted.
Dahlander, L. Walter W. Powell and Kaisa Snellman. 2010. Teams, Interdisciplinarity and Grant Success. Chicago Conference on Science of Team Science.
Rawlings, Craig and Daniel McFarland. 2010. “Funnels and Filters: When Social Networks Channel Knowledge Flows in Complex Organizations.” Panel Presentation, American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA
Rawlings, Craig and Daniel McFarland. 2010. “Peer Influence in Academic Research: Evidence from Affiliation Networks and Grant Productivity.” Sunbelt Conference (International Network for Social Network Analysis). San Diego, CA.