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It is very good that you have preserved the dataset to reproduce the process.
But from what I read at the beginning of the quote at
all began with an introductory presentation about social network
analysis to a group of medical students. What better way to grab
their attention than with attractive, fake doctors having sex on
television?..." and the Benjamin Lind’s post at
(http://badhessian.org/2012/09/lessons-on-exponential-random-graph-modeling-from-greys-anatomy-hook-ups/) when he says "Weissman's post served as a remarkable demonstration of network analysis for pedagogical purposes.'' I thought there was something else in the original post, in the sense of linking social media analysis with concepts closer to medical
Alex Leavitt <[log in to unmask]> escribió:
> Josh and I have a copy and tutorial up here:
> Alex Leavitt, Ph.D.
> Quantitative UX Researcher, Facebook Research
> Twitter: @alexleavitt <http://twitter.com/alexleavitt>
> On Fri, Apr 7, 2017 at 3:41 PM, Gastón Arias <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> Dear SOCNETers:
>> I found a couple of posts (https://www.r-bloggers.com/gr
>> eys-anatomy-network-of-sexual-relations/ and
>> graph-modeling-from-grays-anatomy-hook-ups/) which refer to
>> http://www.babelgraph.org/wp/?p=1, but this url is no longer online.
>> Does anyone have a copy or do you know of a site on the network where this
>> can be recovered?
>> Thanks in advance.
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