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The “Madre Sana” Data Set

Sabina B. Gesell * / Eric A. Tesdahl

Keywords : Social networks, Hispanic

Citation Information : Connections. Volume 36, Issue 1, Pages 62-65, DOI: https://doi.org/10.17266/35.2.6

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Published Online: 10-March-2018

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The Madre Sana data set was compiled as a part of a community-engaged health promotion research study. The data set includes 150 actor variables plus multiplex edges between study participants (N=116 pregnant women) at two time points.

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