View source: R/MakeBlockNetworkChange.R

MakeBlockNetworkChange | R Documentation |

MakeBlockNetworkChange generates a block-structured temporal data with breaks.

MakeBlockNetworkChange( n = 10, break.point = 0.5, base.prob = 0.05, block.prob = 0.5, shape = 1, T = 40, break.point1 = 0.25, break.point2 = 0.75, type = "merge" )

`n` |
The number of nodes within a block. The total number of nodes is n*block.number. |

`break.point` |
The point of break. 0 indicates the beginning, 0.5 indicates the middle, and 1 indicates the end. |

`base.prob` |
The probability of link among non-block members. |

`block.prob` |
The probability of link among within-block members. |

`shape` |
The speed of breaks. The larger shape is, the faster the transition is. shape > 0 and shape < 8. |

`T` |
The length of time. |

`break.point1` |
The point of the first break in "merge-split" or "split-merge". Any number between 0 and 0.5 can be chosen. For example, 0 indicates #' the beginning, 0.25 indicates the 1/4th point, and 0.5 indicates the half point. |

`break.point2` |
The point of the second breakin "merge-split" or "split-merge". Any number between 0.5 and 1 can be chosen. For example, 0.5 indicates the beginning, 0.75 indicates the 3/4th point, and 1 indicates the end point. |

`type` |
The type of network changes. Options are "constant", "merge", "split", "merge-split", "split-merge." If "constant" is chosen, the number of breaks is zero. If "merge" or "split" is chosen, the number of breaks is one. If either "merge-split" or "split-merge" is chosen, the number of breaks is two. |

output An output of `MakeBlockNetworkChange`

contains a symmetric block-structured temporal network data set with breaks.

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