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There is also this post which references a pair of datasets:

http://toreopsahl.com/2011/08/12/why-anchorage-is-not-that-important-binary-ties-and-sample-selection/

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Subject: Re: [SOCNET] data on airline route networks

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I think Barnett and Rice analyzed air traffic data like this some 25 years
ago.  Check out Barnett and Rice, "Longitudinal Non-Euclidean Networks",
Social Networks, 1985, 7, 287-322.

--frank






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Subject: data on airline route networks

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I'm looking for data on international airline route networks between major
cities (this is for a project one of my students is working on).
Does anyone know of resources that could help construct this? ideally, I'd
want to construct the graph with cities as nodes and weighted edges, where
the weight represents the number of flights or some measure of the volume of
travel between the cities.

any pointers would be appreciated. thanks!

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Arun Sundararajan
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