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see the following:

McCarty, C., P. D. Killworth. 2007. Impact of methods for reducing
respondent burden on personal network structural measures. Social Networks
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Golinelli, D., G. Ryan H. D. Green Jr, D P. Kennedy, J S. Tucker, and S L.
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Subject: Minimum size of a sample when analysing egonetworks

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Dear SOCNET members,

A simple question.  What is the minimum size of the set of ego and their
alters to be able to sensibly analyse an ego net?

Roy Greenhalgh
University of Southampton, UK

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