Catania: Pattern of sexual contacts in AMEN study

Description Usage Format Source References Examples

Description

Contact layer of the mixing matrix of men and women in US based on "Aids in Multi-Ethnic Neighborhoods" (AMEN). Based on Newman (2003).

Usage

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Format

Four-by-four numeric matrix with dimnames.

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##           female
## male       black hispanic other white
##   black      506       32    26    69
##   hispanic    23      308    38   114
##   other       10       14    32    47
##   white       26       46    68   599

Source

Newman, M. (2003) "Mixing patterns in networks" Arxiv:cond-mat/0209450 v2

References

Catania et al. (1992) "The population-based AMEN (AIDS in Multi-Ethnic Neighborhoods) study" American Journal of Public Health 82, 284-287

Morris, M. (1995) "Data driven network models for the spread of infectious disease". In D. Mollison (ed.) Epidemic Models: Their Structure and Relation to Data, pp. 302-322, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Newman, M. (2003) "Mixing patterns in networks" Arxiv:cond-mat/0209450 v2

Examples

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data(Catania)

# assortativity
ep <- sum(Catania %*% Catania)
( sum(diag(Catania)) - ep ) / ( 1 - ep )

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