Data from: How to make methodological decisions when inferring social networks

André Ferreira, Rita Covas, Liliana Silva, Sandra Esteves, Inês Duarte, Rita Fortuna, Franck Theron, Claire Doutrelant & Damien Farine
Social network analyses allow studying the processes underlying the associations between individuals and the consequences of those associations. Constructing and analysing social networks can be challenging, especially when designing new studies as researchers are confronted with decisions about how to collect data and construct networks, and the answers are not always straightforward. The current lack of guidance on building a social network for a new study system might lead researchers to try several different methods,...
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