Description Usage Arguments Details Value References See Also Examples

Odds ratio for connected, as opposed to disconnected, dyads depending whether it is between- or within-group, i.e. how much more likely the dyad will be connected if it is within-group.

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`object` |
R object, see Details for available methods |

`...` |
other arguments passed to/from other methods |

`vattr` |
character scalar or any vector, name of the vertex attribute or the attribute itself (as a vector) |

The measure takes values, like all odds ratios, from (0; Inf).

If `object`

is a table it is interpreted as a mixing matrix.
Two-dimensional table is interpreted as a contact layer. Three-dimensional
table is interpreted as a full mixing matrix *m[ghy]*
cross-classyfying all dyads, in which *g* and *h* correspond to
group membership of ego and alter respectively. Layers *y=1* and
*y=2* are assumed to be non-contact and contact layers respectively.

If `object`

is of class "igraph" it is required to supply `vattr`

with the name of the vertex attribute to calculate intermediate mixing
matrix.

Numeric value of the measure.

Moody, Jim (2001) "Race, school integration, and friendship segregation in America", American Journal of Sociology, 107(3):679–377

Other segregation measures:
`assort()`

,
`coleman()`

,
`ei()`

,
`freeman()`

,
`gamix()`

,
`smi()`

,
`ssi()`

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