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An individual's personal network encodes social contacts as well as relations among them. Personal networks are therefore considered to be characteristic and meaningful variables of individuals-supplementing more traditional characteristics such as age, gender, race, or job position. We analyze an ensemble of several hundred personal networks of migrants using a recently introduced classification method. As a result, individuals are partitioned into groups defined by similarity of theirdoi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.07.478 fatcat:txpom4qaovdf7kzpgkd56tl23u