Skip to content
View akbaritabar's full-sized avatar


Block or Report

Block or report akbaritabar

Block user

Prevent this user from interacting with your repositories and sending you notifications. Learn more about blocking users.

You must be logged in to block users.

Please don't include any personal information such as legal names or email addresses. Maximum 100 characters, markdown supported. This note will be visible to only you.
Report abuse

Contact GitHub support about this user’s behavior. Learn more about reporting abuse.

Report abuse

Hi there 👋, I am Ali!


I am going to misuse the perfect ideas Github has already added to get me started with the readme! :)

  • 🔭 I’m currently working as a postdoctoral researcher on themes related (but not limited) to science of science, social networks, collaboration networks, and of course computational social science.
  • 🌱 I never get tired of learning!
  • 👯 I’m looking to collaborate on research ideas close to above themes, using computational tools and techniques to answer social scientific questions.
  • 📫 How to reach me: Twitter: @akbaritabar, or email!
  • 😄 Pronouns: he/him
  • ⚡ Read more about my hobbies and projects on my blog:

Ali's github stats

(copied/adapted the github stats code from:


  1. BiblioDemography_IMPRS_PHDS_2022_IDEM187 BiblioDemography_IMPRS_PHDS_2022_IDEM187 Public

    Materials for the day 4 of the course on "Topics in Digital and Computational Demography" on Using large-scale bibliometric data for demographic research; Advantages and pitfalls of using Scopus da…

    HTML 6

  2. bibliometric_data_for_demographic_research bibliometric_data_for_demographic_research Public

    Materials for workshop on "Using bibliometric data in demographic research". A report here:

    Python 10

  3. QSS-2021-replication-of-methodology QSS-2021-replication-of-methodology Public

    Scripts needed to replicate methodology used in "A Quantitative View of the Structure of Institutional Scientific Collaborations Using the Example of Berlin" to appear in Quantitative Science Studies.

    Python 2

  4. Kalick-Hamilton-1986 Kalick-Hamilton-1986 Public

    A model following Andre Grow's Netlogo tutorial of Kalick & Hamilton, 1986 replicated using Mesa in Python. I have took impression and code from multiple Mesa examples in this prototype.

    Jupyter Notebook 1

  5. gScholarShinyApp gScholarShinyApp Public

    A brief application to work with google scholar and show coauthorship network

    R 3 3

  6. dask-duckdb-dbeaver dask-duckdb-dbeaver Public

    Parallelised and out of memory data analysis using Dask in Python and DuckDB and DBeaver in SQL. Using example of publicly accessible ORCID 2019 XML files

    HTML 8 1