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Vldis, I did the similar analysis on some email data and the result is not
bad.
At least, for my group (4 people research group in graduate school), the
email graph is almost reflect our working patterns very accurately. I think
it might be much better than self-report data in some sense.

Jun

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Subject: Email networks


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> Interesting article about mining social networks from email traffic.
>
> $64,000 question:  Is email traffic an accurate proxy for actual
> relationships?
>
> http://www.nature.com/nsu/030317/030317-5.html
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> Valdis
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