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Checks that a network conforms to the tnet stardards, and attaches a label. If the type parameter is not set, the network is assumed to be a binary two-mode network, a weighted one-mode network, or a longitudinal network if there are 2, 3, or 4 columns respectively. Moreover, if a matrix is entered (more than 4 columns and rows), it is assumed to be a weighted one-mode network if square or a two-mode network if non-square.

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`net` |
A network in an edgelist or matrix format. It can be a weighted one-mode network, a binary two-mode network, a weighted two-mode netork, or a longitudinal network. If the data-object has two-columns, it is assumed to be a binary two-mode network; three columns, weighted one-mode network; four columns, longitudinal; five or more and the same number of rows and columns, weighted one-mode network; five or more and –not– the same number of rows and columns, it is assumed to be a two-mode network. |

`type` |
If you would like to specify the type of network. This could be "weighted one-mode tnet", "binary two-mode tnet", "weighted two-mode tnet", or "longitudinal tnet". |

Returns the network with an attached lable.

version 1.0.0

Tore Opsahl; http://toreopsahl.com

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tnet documentation built on May 30, 2017, 4:31 a.m.

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