seventh: Vickers, Chan Seventh Graders

Description Usage Details Source References Examples

Description

seventh: Three 29 by 29 matrices.

BACKGROUND The data were collected by Vickers from 29 seventh grade students in a school in Victoria, Australia. Students were asked to nominate their classmates on a number of relations including the following three:

Who do you get on with in the class?
Who are your best friends in the class?
Who would you prefer to work with?

Students 1 through 12 are boys and 13 through 29 are girls.

Usage

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Details

get_on_with: non-symmetric, binary.
best_friends: non-symmetric, binary.
work_with: non-symmetric, binary.

Vertex Attribute
sex: 1 male; 2 female.

Source

Vickers, M. and S. Chan. 1981. Representing Classroom Social Structure. Melbourne: Victoria Institute of Secondary Education.

References

Robins, G., P. Pattison and S. Wasserman. 1999. Logit models and logistic regressions for social networks:III. Valued relations." Psychometrika 64: 371-394.
Wasserman, S. and P. Pattison. 1996. Logit models and logistic regressions for social networks: I. An introduction to Markov graphs and p*. Psychometrika 61: 401-425.

Examples

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data(seventh)

##Plot
plot(seventh$best_friends, vertex.col="sex")

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