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I am looking at multiple aspects of two relations across 9 networks (e.g.,
relation between friendship choice and behavior characteristic 1; relation
between friendship choice and behavior characteristic 2; etc). I'm using QAP
correlations and wondering how to compare different QAP correlations. That
is, if the QAP correlation between friendship choice and behavior 1 is .34 (p
<.01) and that between friendship choice and behavior 2 is .40 (p <.01). How
can I test the difference between .34 and .40? I know a procedure to test the
significance of the difference between two correlation coefficients outside
network data, but I don't know how you do this with network data.
Thank you very much!
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