Modelos estocásticos orientados en el actor utilizando RSiena (III).

Análisis Descriptivo.

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Resumen

Este texto es el tercer guión de una serie de seis guiones escritos en el lenguaje y ambiente de programación R que conjuntamente constituyen la introducción al software RSiena para estimar modelos estocásticos orientados en el actor para redes dinámicas. Este tercer guión es un ejemplo de cómo realizar un análisis descriptivo antes de estimar un modelo SAOM. El texto está acompañado por el código en R para realizar los análisis.

Palabras clave

Análisis de redes sociales, Modelos estocásticos orientados en el actor, Análisis estadístico de redes sociales, RSiena, R

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Biografía del autor/a

Alejandro Espinosa-Rada, The Mitchell Centre for Social Network Analysis, The University of Manchester

Alejandro Espinosa-Rada is a PhD Student in Sociology at the University of Manchester and member of the Mitchell Centre for Social Network Analysis. He completed his master’s degree in sociology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and received his bachelor’s degree from Alberto Hurtado University. Before arriving at Manchester in 2017, he worked as an adjunct assistant professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Alberto Hurtado University and the University of Santiago, Chile. He was the co-founder and past editor of the academic journal "Contenido. Cultura y Ciencias Sociales". Now is the coordinator of “the Chilean Society of the Social Network Science” (CHISOCNET) and co-director of the consultancy "Mecanismos Sociales Ltda." in Chile. 

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08-04-2022

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