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Smith and Moody (2013) Structural effects of network sampling coverage I: Nodes Missing at Random. Social Networks 35:652ff.

(And presumably the forthcoming sequels)

Nathaniel Porter
PhD Candidate, Sociology, Penn State
Affiliate, Big Data Social Science IGERT
Research Associate, The Association of Religion Data Archives

On 4/17/2014 6:03 PM, Peter Carrington wrote:
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Hi.  I’m looking for articles on how to handle missing data in network research.  How should network measures be modified?  What good ways are there of imputing values for the missing data?  Thanks in advance.
 
 
Phillip Bonacich
Professor Emeritus of Sociology
University of California, Los Angeles
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some more:

Gill, Jeff and John R. Freeman (2013). Dynamic elicited priors for updating covert networks. Network Science, 1, pp 6894 doi:10.1017/nws.2012.6

Handcock, M. S., & Gile, K. J. (2010). Modeling social networks from sampled data. Annals of Applied Statistics, 4, 5–25.

Koskinen, Johan H., Garry L. Robins, and Philippa E. Pattison. "Analysing exponential random graph (p-star) models with missing data using Bayesian data augmentation." Statistical Methodology 7.3 (2010): 366-384.

Koskinen, Johan, G. Robins, and P. Pattison. "Missing data in social networks: Problems and prospects for model-based inference." MelNet Social Networks Laboratory Technical Report (2011): 08-03.

Kossinets, G. (2006). Effects of missing data in social networks. Social Networks, 28, 247–268.
Rhodes, C. J., and P. Jones. "Inferring missing links in partially observed social networks." Journal of the operational research society 60.10 (2009): 1373-1383.

Stork, Diana, and William D. Richards. "Nonrespondents in Communication Network Studies Problems and Possibilities." Group & Organization Management 17.2 (1992): 193-209.

Peter Carrington



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Dear Prof. Bonachic,

Few papers on how to handle missinga data in social network research:
Best,
Anja Znidarsic
Assistant Professor of Quantitative Methods
University of Maribor, Slovenia



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