A collection of dynamic network data sets from various sources and multiple authors stored in
networkDynamic format. The goal of this package is to facilitate reproducible research by providing a common resource of longitudinal relational data sets which can be used for testing dynamic network algorithms and techniques. We are grateful to the authors of each data set for giving us permission to distribute their work. Each dataset has individual copyright and license restrictions on attribution. View the help page for each dataset for additional information. Please contact the package maintainer if you would like to suggest additional appropriate data sets. The release of this package was supported by grant R01HD68395 from the National Institute of Health.
|License:||GPL-3 + individual attribution requirements for each dataset|
The package includes the following data sets:
concurrencyComparisonNets: A synthetic dataset of three simulated networks (
monog) with varying concurrency characteristics.
harry_potter_support: Harry Potter support networks of Goele Bossaert and Nadine Meidert.
hospital_contact (hospital): Hospital ward dynamic RFID contact network from SocioPatterns
onlineNet: UCI Facebook-like Social Network
vanDeBunt_students: van de Bunt longitudinal student friendship dataset
davisDyn: dynamic version of Davis, et al, of Southern Women dataset (bipartite and one-mode projection)
manufacturingEmails: emails and organizational hierarchy for Polish manufacturing company
enronEmails: a version of the Enron email network
The networkDynamic package also contains several example data sets:
McFarland_cls33_10_16_96: Daniel McFarland's Streaming Classroom Interactions Data set
newcomb: Newcomb's Fraternity Networks
windsurfers: Lin Freeman's Dynamic Network of Windsurfer Social Interactions
Maintainer: Skye Bender-deMoll firstname.lastname@example.org
Please view the citation reference links for each dataset.
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