This far we have examined in detail four methodological families: algorithmic data analysis, network analysis, complex systems and simulation models and constructing interactive systems. Each of the chapters deconstructed academic papers showing how computational social sciences can be used with real research questions-and many exercises have invited you to consider these aspects as well. Social sciences and more broadly the study of society, individuals and their relationships is a broad disciplines and this book does not cover the versatility of themes and topics. However, there are some considerations which span across all themes and topics: the role of research questions in the analysis and the role of computational methods in answering those methods, the wider research projects and some implications emerging from there, and discussing some implications computational scoaial sciences can have for universities and disciplines themselves. All of these are essential steps in thinking how one integrates computational into social sciences.