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I am performing a social network analysis on a community of approximately 200 physicians. In particular, I collected data concerning two distinct kind of social relationships among medical doctors: professional interaction and co-authorship. For each clinician, I also collected attributional data such as age, tenure, specialization, formal affiliation to hospital structures, utilization of evidence-based knowledge etc. One of my objectives is to study whether attributive features of individuals are associated with both kind of network ties, distinctively and jointly.
I am wondering if anyone has had experience with software for the joint analysis of multiple set of relationships. Any help or references to articles where researchers dealt with this kind of analysis (multiplexity) are highly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your help!
Assistant Professor of Health Care Management
Department of Public Health
Catholic U. Rome (IT)
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