Dyadic data are characterized by a dual or directed relationships between individuals, such as friendship relations in a social network, import and export relations between countries, or migration flows between regions.

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Can I do cluster analysis of dyadic data?

I have multilevel data that is dyadic in the unit of observation. The dyad is a unique pair of countries that sign a treaty, such that no dyad repeats itself. For example, the US-UK treaty, the ...
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SEM design on dyadic data. Please help!

I have two surveys, and one is implemented to counselors. The questions ask about they feel about their relationship with their administrator. It has have two dimensions, let's say d1 and d2. I have ...
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Asking for help with a probability question for “learning dyadic data”

I am reading a paper "Learning from dyadic data" written by Thomas Hofmann, Jan Puzicha and Michael I. Jordan, which lays a foundation for a later paper that proposes the famous probabilistic latent ...
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HLM-related inquiry - comparing the magnitude of coefficients

I've conducted two separate HLM analyses, each with two IVs predicting to the same DV in the same sample. The problem that I've encountered is that I would like to compare the magnitude of the ...
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regression with non-independent data

I will be performing regression on subjects total scores from 2 player games (prisoners dilemma) that they will be playing. I am aware that including both players score from a game will cause problems ...
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Computing the dyadic add portion of the Walsh-Fourier spectral density

I am attempting to build a Walsh-Fourier spectral density and it appears that it is first required to compute the logical covariance which in turn involves a dyadic add. I am not at all familiar with ...
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Does having self and other report measures as predictors require dyad analysis?

I have three different measures of child anxiety (IVs). For each measure, I have a self-rating by the child and an other-rating by a parent. I want to use these measures to predict a particular ...
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Within group correlation of pearson's residuals

I have social network data in which an "ego" names a friend "alter". I am running a regression in R in which attributes of alter are predictors of outcomes for ego. So each observation is dyadic with ...