Notes on what you can infer through social graph sampling, and desite the social graph. Nothing but chaos awaiting filing here for now.
Fun kewords: Egocentric sampling, friendship paradox, …
Cosma shalizi, Return of “Homophily, Contagion, Confounding: Pick Any Three”, or, The Adventures of Irene and Joey Along the Back-Door Paths and Experiments on Social Networks
Just plain chaos
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