Matthew Silk
Matthew Silk
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
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The use of multilayer network analysis in animal behaviour
KR Finn, MJ Silk, MA Porter, N Pinter-Wollman
Animal Behaviour 149, 7-22, 2019
The importance of fission–fusion social group dynamics in birds
MJ Silk, DP Croft, T Tregenza, S Bearhop
Ibis 156 (4), 701-715, 2014
Using Social Network Measures in Wildlife Disease Ecology, Epidemiology, and Management
MJ Silk, DP Croft, RJ Delahay, DJ Hodgson, M Boots, N Weber, ...
BioScience 67 (3), 245-257, 2017
The consequences of unidentifiable individuals for the analysis of an animal social network
MJ Silk, AL Jackson, DP Croft, K Colhoun, S Bearhop
Animal Behaviour 104, 1-11, 2015
The application of statistical network models in disease research
MJ Silk, DP Croft, RJ Delahay, DJ Hodgson, N Weber, M Boots, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (9), 1026-1041, 2017
Can Multilayer Networks Advance Animal Behavior Research?
MJ Silk, KR Finn, MA Porter, N Pinter-Wollman
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (6), 376-378, 2018
Integrating social behaviour, demography and disease dynamics in network models: applications to disease management in declining wildlife populations
MJ Silk, DJ Hodgson, C Rozins, DP Croft, RJ Delahay, M Boots, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1781), 20180211, 2019
Perils and pitfalls of mixed-effects regression models in biology
MJ Silk, XA Harrison, DJ Hodgson
PeerJ 8, e9522, 2020
Wildlife disease ecology from the individual to the population: Insights from a long‐term study of a naturally infected European badger population
JL McDonald, A Robertson, MJ Silk
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (1), 101-112, 2018
Considering connections between Hollywood and biodiversity conservation
MJ Silk, SL Crowley, AJ Woodhead, A Nuno
Conservation Biology 32 (3), 597-606, 2018
Understanding animal social structure: exponential random graph models in animal behaviour research
MJ Silk, DN Fisher
Animal Behaviour 132, 137-146, 2017
Common datastream permutations of animal social network data are not appropriate for hypothesis testing using regression models
MN Weiss, DW Franks, LJN Brent, S Ellis, MJ Silk, DP Croft
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (2), 255-265, 2021
Multilayer and Multiplex Networks: An Introduction to Their Use in Veterinary Epidemiology
AC Kinsley, G Rossi, M Silk, K VanderWaal
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 7, 596, 2020
Evaluating Bayesian stable isotope mixing models of wild animal diet and the effects of trophic discrimination factors and informative priors
GJF Swan, S Bearhop, SM Redpath, MJ Silk, CED Goodwin, R Inger, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (1), 139-149, 2020
A guide to choosing and implementing reference models for social network analysis
EA Hobson, MJ Silk, NH Fefferman, DB Larremore, P Rombach, S Shai, ...
Biological Reviews 96 (6), 2716-2734, 2021
Analysing animal social network dynamics: the potential of stochastic actor‐oriented models
DN Fisher, A Ilany, MJ Silk, T Tregenza
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (2), 202-212, 2017
Contact networks structured by sex underpin sex‐specific epidemiology of infection
MJ Silk, NL Weber, LC Steward, DJ Hodgson, M Boots, DP Croft, ...
Ecology letters 21 (2), 309-318, 2018
Social structure contains epidemics and regulates individual roles in disease transmission in a group‐living mammal
C Rozins, MJ Silk, DP Croft, RJ Delahay, DJ Hodgson, RA McDonald, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (23), 12044-12055, 2018
Infected or informed? Social structure and the simultaneous transmission of information and infectious disease
JC Evans, MJ Silk, NJ Boogert, DJ Hodgson
Oikos, 2020
Calculating effect sizes in animal social network analysis
DW Franks, MN Weiss, MJ Silk, RJY Perryman, DP Croft
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (1), 33-41, 2021
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