Description Usage Arguments Details Value References See Also Examples

View source: R/as.network.numeric.R

`as.network.numeric`

creates a random Bernoulli network of the
given size as an object of class `network`

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`x` |
count; the number of nodes in the network |

`directed` |
logical; should edges be interpreted as directed? |

`hyper` |
logical; are hyperedges allowed? Currently ignored. |

`loops` |
logical; should loops be allowed? Currently ignored. |

`multiple` |
logical; are multiplex edges allowed? Currently ignored. |

`bipartite` |
count; should the network be interpreted as bipartite? If present (i.e., non-NULL) it is the count of the number of actors in the bipartite network. In this case, the number of nodes is equal to the number of actors plus the number of events (with all actors preceding all events). The edges are then interpreted as nondirected. |

`ignore.eval` |
logical; ignore edge values? Currently ignored. |

`names.eval` |
optionally, the name of the attribute in which edge values should be stored. Currently ignored. |

`edge.check` |
logical; perform consistency checks on new edges? |

`density` |
numeric; the probability of a tie for Bernoulli networks. If
neither density nor |

`init` |
numeric; the log-odds of a tie for Bernoulli networks. It is only used if density is not specified. |

`numedges` |
count; if present, sample the Bernoulli network conditional on this number of edges (rather than independently with the specified probability). |

`...` |
additional arguments |

The network will not have vertex, edge or network attributes. These
can be added with operators such as `%v%`

, `%n%`

, `%e%`

.

An object of class `network`

Butts, C.T. 2002. “Memory Structures for Relational Data in R: Classes and Interfaces” Working Paper.

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