Generate Goodness Of Fit plot from a GERGM object.

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`GERGM_Object` |
The object returned by the estimation procedure using the GERGM function. |

`column_names` |
Optional argument allowing the user to specify names for statistics to be plotted. |

`modularity_group_memberships` |
Optional numeric vector of node group memberships indexed from 1, which will be used to calculate network modularities. |

`return_GERGM_Object` |
Optional argument to return the GERGM Object that was passed in, but now with additional GOF statistics such as modularity included in the '@simulated_statistics_for_GOF' and '@additional_stats' fields |

`observed_support` |
logical indicating whether GOF plots should use observed support. Defaults to FALSE. |

`...` |
Additional Arguments can be passed in. Included for eventual compatibility with XERGM package. |

A set of box plots where of simulated network statistics centered at the observed value for those statistics and normalized by their standard deviation. This aids in interpretation as the y-axis can be interpreted as the number of simulated-sample standard deviations above or below the observed statistic. Optionally also returns a GERGM object with updated statistics.

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