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The reports in *ORA, for  the ego-level centrality measures, provide 
some context for the values in relation to an equivalent  (nodes & 
density) uniform-random network that may be of some use to you.

Terrill Frantz
Assistant Professor of Management
HSBC Business School
Peking University


On 8/17/2011 08:31, Kasey Walker wrote:
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> I have a question concerning qualifying density for small task groups 
> (n = 7 to 13). Are there standards for what might be considered "low," 
> "moderate," or "high" density? I would appreciate any references or 
> advice you might have.
> Thank you for your help.
>
> be well
> /kasey
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