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In addition to the Sampson data suggested by Michael, you might be interested in networks of international conflicts & alliances (which are reasonably sized). There is quite some data available from Correlates of War: http://www.correlatesofwar.org/. There is also an interesting overview of the complex relationships in the Middle East: http://bit.ly/KIB_MiddleEast compiled by Information is Beautiful. I used this latter data recently as an example of community detection and social balance in a blog post: http://www.traag.net/2015/03/03/powerblocs-social-balance-in-the-middle-east/, and the former in a publication on community detection with negative links http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.80.036115.

Best,

Vincent Traag

On 28/05/15 03:33, Michael Szell wrote:
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Hi Samin,
have you tried the classic data set of Sampson on signed relations between monks in a monastery? It has 25 nodes. The data is available here: http://vlado.fmf.uni-lj.si/pub/networks/data/esna/sampson.htm
best,
Michael Szell



On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 8:58 PM, Samin Aref <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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Dear Socneters,

I work on theories of structural balance and look for data on signed networks of small sizes (up to 50 nodes).

I have already looked at SNAP and UCINET and found the data for highland tribes. SNAP offers data for three large signed networks (Wikipedia, Slashdot, and Epinions) as well, but they do not fit to my research.

Any data for small communities (directed/undirected) with positive and negative relationships would be highly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Samin Aref
CompSci PhD candidate
Centre for Mathematical Social Science
University of Auckland

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