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I got asked a question today that I had no clue how to answer... When doing network stuff how does one figure out statistical power (meaning a formula to put in how many nodes, variables, kinds of ties, etc.)? Is it dependent upon the software used? I just sort of figured with 200 plus nodes and 100% response rate that this wouldn't be an issue...but a regular stats jock wants a more concrete answer...
U of OK, Norman
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