Network histograms and universality of blockmodel approximation

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Olhede, Sofia C.; Wolfe, Patrick J.;
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4205664, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1400374111
  • Subject: Mathematics - Statistics Theory | Mathematics - Combinatorics | Physical Sciences | Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | Statistics - Methodology | Community Detection, Graphons, Nonparametric Statistics, Graph Limits, Sparse Networks, Stochastic Blockmodels, Models

In this article we introduce the network histogram: a statistical summary of network interactions, to be used as a tool for exploratory data analysis. A network histogram is obtained by fitting a stochastic blockmodel to a single observation of a network dataset. Blocks... View more
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