Subject: pedigree | 113 Computer and information sciences | social stratification | assortive mating | Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | Quantitative Biology - Populations and Evolution | population reconstruction | homogamy | Physics - Physics and Society | family tree | probabilistic record linkage | genealogy
Genealogical networks, also known as family trees or population pedigrees, are commonly studied by genealogists wanting to know about their ancestry, but they also provide a valuable resource for disciplines such as digital demography, genetics, and computational social... View more
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