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Many social and economic systems are naturally represented as networks, from off-line and on-line social networks, to bipartite networks, like Netflix and Amazon, between consumers and products. Graphons, developed as limits of graphs, form a natural, nonparametric method to describe and estimate large networks like Facebook and LinkedIn. Here we describe the development of the theory of graphons, for both dense and sparse networks, over the last decade. We also review theorems showing that wearXiv:1706.01143v1 fatcat:qrycnxgnjzepjfr3kyyjbpilda