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DATASET Krack-High-Tec, High-Tec-Attributes

DESCRIPTION Krack-High-Tec Three 21x21matrices

ADVICE non-symmetric, binary.
FRIENDSHIP non-symmetric, binary.
REPORTS_TO non-symmetric, binary.
High-Tec-Attributes One 21x4 valued matrix.

BACKGROUND These are data collected from the managers of a high-tec company. The company manufactured high-tech equipment on the west coast of the United States and had just over 100 employees with 21 managers. Each manager was asked to whom do you go to for advice and who is your friend, to whom do you report was taken from company documents. In addition attribute information was collected. This consisted of the managers age (in years), length of service or tenure (in years), level in the corporate hierarchy (coded 1,2 and 3; 1=CEO, 2 = Vice President, 3 = manager) and department (coded 1,2,3,4 with the CEO in department 0 ie not in a department). This data is used by Wasserman and Faust in their network analysis book.

REFERENCES Krackhardt D. (1987). Cognitive social structures. Social Networks, 9, 104-134.

Wasserman S and K Faust (1994). Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications.Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.