Accepted papers (to be published in the next Issue)
Simulating Hidden Dynamics. Introducing Agent-Based Models as a tool for linkage analysis.
Author(s): Martin Wettstein
Supplementary Materials: https://osf.io/uhv6e/
Conversational Agent Research Toolkit: An alternative for creating and managing chatbots for experimental research
Author(s): Theo Araujo
3bij3 - Developing a framework for researching recommender systems and their effects
Author(s): Felicia Loecherbach, Damian Trilling
Opinion-based Homogeneity on YouTube: Combining Sentiment and Social Network Analysis
Author(s): Daniel Röchert, German Neubaum, Björn Ross, Florian Brachten, Stefan Stieglitz
Preprint: https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/gk5b7/ Supplementary Materials: https://osf.io/e92n3/
Detecting Incivility and `Impoliteness in Online Discussions. Classification Approaches for German User Comments.
Author(s): Anke Katharina Stoll, Marc Ziegele, Oliver Quiring
Supplementary Materials: https://github.com/ankekat1000/Impolite-and-Uncivil-User-Comment-Classification
CCR Working Papers
As explained in our review policy, we encourage authors to publish a preprint of their manuscript once we reach the "intend to publish" stage. Below are preprints of the papers that are currently under review that we intend to publish assuming that any outstanding issues are resolved. Please note that these papers are not accepted yet and there is no guarantee that they will be eventually published in this journal.
How document sampling and vocabulary pruning affect the results of topic models
Author(s): Daniel Maier, Andreas Niekler, Gregor Wiedemann & Daniela Stoltenberg