Description Arguments References See Also Examples

Hierarchical exponential-family random graph models with local dependence can be specified by calling the function `hergm(formula)`

,
where formula is a formula of the form `network ~ terms`

.
By specifying suitable terms,
it is possible to specify a wide range of models: see `hergm`

.
`hergm.terms`

can be found here.
In addition, `ergm.terms`

can be used to include covariates.

`edges_i (undirected network)` |
adding the term |

`arcs_i (directed network)` |
adding the term |

`arcs_j (directed network)` |
adding the term |

`edges_ij (undirected, directed network)` |
adding the term |

`mutual_i (directed network)` |
adding the term |

`mutual_ij (directed network)` |
adding the term |

`twostar_ijk (undirected network)` |
adding the term |

`transitiveties_ijk (directed network)` |
adding the term |

`triangle_ijk (undirected, directed network)` |
adding the term |

`ttriple_ijk (directed network)` |
adding the term |

`ctriple_ijk (directed network)` |
adding the term |

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Schweinberger, M. and P. Luna (2018). HERGM: Hierarchical exponential-family random graph models. Journal of Statistical Software, 85, 1–39.

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hergm, ergm.terms

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## Not run:
data(example)
# p_1 model: undirected network
hergm(d ~ edges_i)
data(sampson)
# p_1 model: directed network
hergm(samplike ~ arcs_i + arcs_j + mutual)
data(example)
# Stochastic block model: undirected network
hergm(d ~ edges_ij)
data(sampson)
# Stochastic block model: directed network
hergm(samplike ~ edges_ij + mutual)
data(example)
# Exponential-family random graph model with local dependence: undirected network
hergm(d ~ edges_ij + triangle_ijk)
data(sampson)
# Exponential-family random graph model with local dependence: directed network
hergm(samplike ~ edges + mutual + ttriple_ijk)
## End(Not run)
``` |

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