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Hello all,
Suppose you have a bounded network of 40 people, with info on friendship ties.
Then you want to compose say 100 sub-samples, each one of them composed of 6 people randomly picked in this group of 40.

Then you want to compare these 100 sub-samples based on descriptive statistics such as average individual centrality score, density, etc.

Any suggestion on how to do this? What software/procedure would you recommend?

Thank you very much!
Bart,


Barthélemy CHOLLET
Grenoble Ecole de Management
DFR Management Technologique et Stratégique
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