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Check out Tore's blog on this:
http://toreopsahl.com/2011/08/12/why-anchorage-is-not-that-important-binary-ties-and-sample-selection/

He does a weighted analysis of airline routes with code and data 

Bernie Hogan
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On 19 Apr 2012, at 15:05, Frank Tutzauer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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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.
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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.
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> any pointers would be appreciated. thanks!
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> Arun Sundararajan
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