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Social physics (collection from Scientific Reports at

This is an incredibly large (more than 50) and broad collection of recent articles from - all or almost all of which appear to be open access - that in some way apply methods from physics to social contexts. There's a predictably large assortment of social networking studies but there's a lot more to it than that, including quite a bit of pattern matching and discovery relating to many different kinds of set (interestingly enough, perhaps outnumbering the network-based studies), spatial issues, temporal issues, economics studies, collective behaviour analysis, game theory, and cognitive issues. It is going to take me a long time to work my way through these but I think I'm going to learn a lot.