Schwartz, J. E. (1977). An examination of CONCOR and related methods for blocking sociometric data. Sociological methodology, 8, 255-282.
Check out the R Shiny app for sensitivity analysis http://konfound-it.com.
R Shiny app KonFound-it
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Are there any published formal evaluations, mathematically-oriented discussions, or methodological critiques of CONCOR (convergence of iterated correlation; Breiger, Boorman, & Arabie, 1975)? I can find plenty of empirical applications, even recent ones, but I'm looking for any work validating or invalidating the approach.
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