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Triad Count Statistics
[chapter]

1988
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Annals of Discrete Mathematics
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Exploratory

doi:10.1016/s0167-5060(08)70779-9
fatcat:r3uox6j6nvbpbjtifzsvixhycq
*statistical*analyses of graph data can be based on summary*statistics*like the*triad**counts*. ... [ll] proved that the*triad**counts*are sufficient*statistics*for a particular class of Markov random graph models, We can distinguish between two different main uses of*triad**counts*in*statistical*analysis ...##
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Triad count statistics

1988
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Discrete Mathematics
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Exploratory

doi:10.1016/0012-365x(88)90202-6
fatcat:vk6atvr6sfhdna7filzpmy2lfm
*statistical*analyses of graph data can be based on summary*statistics*like the*triad**counts*. ... [ll] proved that the*triad**counts*are sufficient*statistics*for a particular class of Markov random graph models, We can distinguish between two different main uses of*triad**counts*in*statistical*analysis ...##
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Comment to the note "Counting of discrete Rossby/drift wave resonant triads", arXiv:1309.0405
[article]

2013
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arXiv
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pre-print

Kartashova, [2], resonant

arXiv:1309.0992v1
fatcat:lrnu4rulyzcvrbaffmwbjppuxu
*triads*with real amplitudes are*counted*whereas it can be seen explicitly from the form of dynamical system that wave amplitudes are complex. ...*Counting*of resonant*triads*. [1] states that discrete Rossby/drift wave resonant*triads**counted*by [2] must have complex amplitudes. ... However, the main problem with*counting*resonant*triads*in [3] is not whether*triads*with real or complex amplitudes are*counted*-the first is a subset of the second. ...##
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Specification of Exponential-Family Random Graph Models: Terms and Computational Aspects

2008
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Journal of Statistical Software
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The terms specify network

pmid:18650964
pmcid:PMC2481518
fatcat:ce55tvqbvbfqvlr2ezqbzy6gza
*statistics*that are sufficient to represent the probability distribution over the space of networks of that size. Many classes of*statistics*can be used. ... In this article we describe the classes of*statistics*that are currently available in the ergm package. ... In an undirected graph these two*counts*simplify: a*triad*census*counts*the number of*triads*having 0, 1, 2, and 3 edges, and each set of three nodes contributes either zero or one triple (also called ...##
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Page 60 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 10, Issue 1
[page]

1978
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Behavior Research Methods
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SHED analyzes the N by N sociomatrix by sorting and

*counting*the dyad and*triad*types. ... The program, a trichotomous ana¬ logue to Leinhardt’s SOCPAC I program (Leinhardt, 1971)*counts*and sorts the N(N — 1)(N — 2)/6*triads*in an N by N sociomatrix into 138 nonisomorphic*triad*types. ...##
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Quantifying Triadic Closure in Multi-Edge Social Networks
[article]

2019
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arXiv
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pre-print

In social networks, such edges often form closed triangles, or

arXiv:1905.02990v1
fatcat:wcpjvu2et5dmrjifujdrdc6dqm
*triads*. ... We propose a novel measure of triadic closure for multi-edge networks of social interactions based on a shared partner*statistic*. ... In such networks, measuring triadic closure can be operationalized by*counting**triads*. ...##
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SHED: A FORTRAN IV program for the analysis of small group sociometric structure

1978
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Behavior Research Methods
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SHED analyzes the N by N sociomatrix by sorting and

doi:10.3758/bf03205095
fatcat:6ua6sykdpbgzbjyuz3jxolj4xm
*counting*the dyad and*triad*types. ... The program, a trichotomous analogue to Leinhardt's SOCPAC I program*counts*and sorts the N(N -1)(N -2)/6*triads*in an N by N sociomatrix into 138 nonisomorphic*triad*types. ... This notation was adopted in preference to that introduced by Davis and , since trichotomized (positive-indifferent-negative) relations do not lend themselves to identification by dyad type*counts*followed ...##
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How do external factors contribute to the hypocoagulative state in trauma-induced coagulopathy? – In vitro analysis of the lethal triad in trauma

2018
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Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine
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of lethal

doi:10.1186/s13049-018-0536-8
pmid:30111342
pmcid:PMC6094881
fatcat:oczj5zd4q5cohkmfzadcywdvsy
*triad*(Δtrias/baseline 0.59; p = 0.01). ... None of the simulated conditions induced a*statistically*relevant change in coagulation initiation assessed by EXTEM and FIBTEM thrombelastometry. ... Table 1 1 Standard blood*count*and cougulation testing for the respective lethal*triad*conditions Blood*count*Standard coagulation tests BGA Haemoglobin level [g/dl] Platelets [10^3/μl] Haematocrit ...##
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Friends, Brokers, and Transitivity: Who Informs Whom in Washington Politics?

2004
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Journal of Politics
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2

doi:10.1046/j.1468-2508.2004.00149.x
fatcat:pf4tx37wv5fedf6ckxqz6g6t3a
*Count*-.0074 .0060 -.0048 .0057*Triad*3*Count*-.0191* .0096 -.0302*** .0083*Triad*4*Count*-.0715*** .0091 -.0876*** .0087*Triad*5*Count*.0087 + .0046 .0072 + .0038*Triad*6*Count*... 9*Count*-.0005 .0056 -.0005 .0036*Triad*10*Count*-.0428* .0208 -.0428* .0186*Triad*11*Count*-.0085 .0116 -.0085 .0084*Triad*12*Count*.0341 .0237 .0341** .0128*Triad*13*Count*.0078 ... This is the*count*of events in which both members of the dyad were jointly active. Energy mean 10.62 (9.48); health mean 4.22 (5.94). ...##
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Disentangling Pooled Triad Genotypes for Association Studies

2014
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Annals of Human Genetics
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One can markedly reduce the number of genotyping assays required by randomly partitioning the case-parent

doi:10.1111/ahg.12073
pmid:24962618
pmcid:PMC4154801
fatcat:kctmlc7qxzdmvegcozh6i726ci
*triads*into pooling sets of h*triads*each and creating three pools from every pooling set, one ... Association studies that genotype affected offspring and their parents (*triads*) offer robustness to genetic population structure while enabling assessments of maternal effects, parent-of-origin effects ... The NCP for the difference-based method is the square of the Z-*statistic*calculated from the expected*counts*. ...##
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Specification of Exponential-Family Random Graph Models: Terms and Computational Aspects

2008
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Journal of Statistical Software
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The terms specify network

doi:10.18637/jss.v024.i04
fatcat:qsgs5zoqm5fidh2f42msqhg5za
*statistics*that are sufficient to represent the probability distribution over the space of networks of that size. Many classes of*statistics*can be used. ... Every predictor entered into an ERGM must have an algorithm for calculating the associated network*statistic*, or, more precisely, an algorithm for calculating its associated change*statistic*: The difference ... In an undirected graph these two*counts*simplify: a*triad*census*counts*the number of*triads*having 0, 1, 2, and 3 edges, and each set of three nodes contributes either zero or one triple (also called ...##
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Page 249 of None Vol. 58, Issue 3
[page]

1959
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None
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When either the N-7 or R function is compared with that of Group N-9, the differences, as tested by two-tailed U tests, approach

*statistical*significance at Point 0 (P < .15) and attain*statistical*sig ... WORDS 249 straction to only one*triad*, and so on. ...##
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Triadic patterns of friendships in YouTube groups

2011
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2011 IEEE 12th International Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Informatics (CINTI)
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In order to accomplish

doi:10.1109/cinti.2011.6108558
fatcat:fw7wzqvec5hena2jarezucni5y
*statistically*sound analysis of local micro processes acting on triadic level in social networks, we applied*statistical*tests of*triad*census, by conditioning expected*counts*of ...*triads*on observed values of dyad census. ... In order to successfully examine forces acting within triadic network substructures, we used*statistical*tests of*triad*census, by conditioning expected*counts*of*triads*on observed values of dyad census ...##
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Page 207 of None Vol. 16, Issue 3
[page]

1955
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None
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This difference is not

*statistically*signifi- cant, and the average is 26.32. This bears out the earlier statement that reliability de- pends on total number of particles*counted*. TABLE III. ... Study of*triads*shows that 95 times out of 100 the overall range in a*triad*will not ex- ceed 2.96 times the average difference for a pair. ...##
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Page 5943 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 89K
[page]

1989
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Mathematical Reviews
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Manvel (1-COS)
05C Graph theory
89k:05098 05C80 Frank, Ove (S-STOC-S)

*Triad**count**statistics*. Proceedings of the First Japan Conference on Graph Theory and Applications (Hakone, 1986). ... Then it is shown how*triad**counts*in multigraphs can be used in various kinds of statis- tical analyses of graph data. ...
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