Freeman {SNAData}R Documentation

Freeman's EIES Network

Description

Graphs of relation data for Freeman's EIES researchers and data frame of attributes.

Usage

data(acqTime1)
data(acqTime2)
data(messages)
data(freemanAttrs)

Format

acqTime1: graphNEL object with 32 nodes and 650 directed, weighted edges

acqTime2: graphNEL object with 32 nodes and 759 directed, weighted edges

messages: graphNEL object with 32 nodes and 460 directed, weighted edges

freemanAttrs: data frame with 32 rows and 4 columns

Details

The graphs contain the following relation information between Freeman's EIES researchers. The data are reported in Tables B.8-B.10, respectively, in Wasserman and Faust (1999).

acqTime1 valued acquaintanceship relations measured at nuary 1978, the start of the study; 4 = close personal friend, 2 = person I've met, 1 = person I've heard of but not met, known name or no reply

acqTime2 valued acquaintanceship relations measured at ptember 1978, the end of the study; 4 = close personal friend, 2 = person I've met, 1 = person I've heard of but not met, known name or no reply

messages number of messages sent from one researcher to another

freemanAttrs contains the following attribute variables for the 32 researchers. The data are reported in Table B.11 in Wasserman and Faust (1999).

OriginalID original ID, as numbered in Freeman and Freeman (1979)

Citations number of citations in 1978

DisciplineCode discipline, coded 1,2,3

Discipline discipline name

Source

Wasserman, S. and Faust, K. (1999). Social Network Analysis. Cambridge University Press. New York.

References

Freeman, S.C. and Freeman, L.C. (1979). The networkers network: A study of the impact of a new communications medium on sociometric structure. Social Science Research Reports No.46. Irvine, CA: University of California.

Examples

data(acqTime1)
data(acqTime2)
data(messages)
data(freemanAttrs)

[Package SNAData version 1.1.0 Index]