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I'm looking for 1-mode data sets, say, on n actors, such that there
also exists either:
a family of m binary attributes (in the sense that each actor might
"satisfy" more than one of these nodal attributes)
or a family of k links/ties among actors (in the sense that each pair
of actor might "satisfy" possibly more than one of these relational
For instance nodal attributes might be membership in groups or events
or even certain socio-demographic variables. Relational attributes
might be values in a scale of a certain social relationship or more
than one different (dichotomous) social relationships. But always
implicating the same population of actors (the nodes in the given
I'm not concerned so much with the number of actors in the 1-mode
network. I would like to have somehow many nodal and relational
attributes (i.e., m and k not to be very small numbers).
I would appreciate if you could suggest to me from where I could
retrieve this type of data or, in case you happen to have collected
them, if you could share them with me.
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