Network analysis of 2-mode data

@inproceedings{Borgatti1997NetworkAO,
  title={Network analysis of 2-mode data},
  author={Stephen P. Borgatti and Martin G. Everett},
  year={1997}
}
Network analysis is distinguished from traditional social science by the dyadic nature of the standard data set. Whereas in traditional social science we study monadic attributes of individuals, in network analysis we study dyadic attributes of pairs of individuals. These dyadic attributes (e.g. social relations) may be represented in matrix form by a square l-mode matrix. In contrast, the data in traditional social science are represented as 2-mode matrices. However, network analysis is not… CONTINUE READING
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