Taro exchange
About this network
This undirected network contains gift-givings (taro) between households in a Papuan village. A node represents a household and an edge between two households indicates that there happened a gift-giving.
Network info
Code | MT |
Category | ⬤ HumanSocial |
Data source | http://moreno.ss.uci.edu/data.html#taro |
Vertex type | Household |
Edge type | Gift-giving |
Format | Directed |
Edge weights | Unweighted |
Size | 22 vertices (households) |
Volume | 78 edges (gift-givings) |
Average degree (overall) | 7.0909 edges / vertex |
Fill | 0.16883 edges / vertex^{2} |
Maximum degree | 12 edges |
Reciprocity | 100% |
Size of LCC | 22 vertices (network is connected) |
Size of LSCC | 22 vertices (network is strongly connected) |
Wedge count | 109 |
Claw count | 1,076 |
Triangle count | 10 |
Square count | 4 |
4-tour count | 546 |
Power law exponent (estimated) with d_{min} | 8.9910 (d_{min} = 5) |
Gini coefficient | 11.8% |
Relative edge distribution entropy | 99.0% |
Assortativity | –0.37514 |
Clustering coefficient | 27.5% |
Diameter | 5 edges |
90-percentile effective diameter | 3.26 edges |
Mean shortest path length | 2.38 edges |
Spectral norm | 7.5018 |
Algebraic connectivity | 1.0725 |
Downloads
TSV file: | moreno_taro.tar.bz2 (1.70 KiB) |
Extraction code: | moreno.tar.bz2 (21.10 KiB) |
References
[1] | Taro exchange network dataset -- KONECT, April 2017. [ http ] |
[2] | Per Hage and Frank Harary. Structural Models in Anthropology. Cambridge University Press, 1983. |
[3] | Eric Schwimmer. Exchange in the Social Structure of the Orokaiva: Traditional and Emergent Ideologies in the Northern District of Papua. St. Martin's Press, 1973. |