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The data by Vickers et al. (1981) represent three different social relations among 29 seventh grade students in a school in Victoria, Australia. A binary covariate matrix is available and it describes if two students share the same sex or not.

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The data by Vickers et al. (1981) are stored in a list named `vickers`

and represent three different social relations among 29 seventh grade students, 12 boys and 17 girls, in a school in Victoria, Australia. Each student was asked if

*Network 1*: he\ she got on with another given student;*Network 2*: he\ she considered another given student as his\ her best friend;*Network 3*: he\ she would have liked to work with another given student.

The matrix `sex`

is an edge-specific binary covariate recording the gender of pairs of students. If a pair of students is of the same sex, the corresponding entry in the matrix is 0, otherwise is 1.

Vickers, M. and Chan, S. (1981). Representing Classroom Social Structure. *Melbourne: Victoria Institue of Secondary Education.*

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