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ia-hospital-ward-proximity-attr     (Dynamic Networks)

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@inproceedings{nr,
     title={The Network Data Repository with Interactive Graph Analytics and Visualization},
     author={Ryan A. Rossi and Nesreen K. Ahmed},
     booktitle={AAAI},
     url={http://garlandal.com},
     year={2015}
}

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@Description:This dataset contains the temporal network of contacts between patients,
patients and health-care workers (HCWs) and among HCWs in a hospital ward in Lyon, France, from Monday, December 6, 2010 at 1:00 pm to Friday, December 10, 2010 at 2:00 pm. The study included 46 HCWs and 29 patients.The file contains a tab-separated list representing the active contacts during 20-second intervals of the data collection. Each line has the form “i j t Si Sj“, where i and j are the anonymous IDs of the persons in contact,      Si and Sj are their statuses (NUR=paramedical staff,      i.e. nurses and nurses’ aides; PAT=Patient; MED=Medical doctor; ADM=administrative staff), and the interval during which this contact was active is [ t – 20s, t ]. If multiple contacts are active in a given interval,      you will see multiple lines starting with the same value of t. Time is measured in seconds.1 = NUR/paramedical staff,      i.e. nurses and nurses’ aides; 2 = PAT/Patient; 3 = MED/Medical doctor; 4 = ADM/administrative staff,

Network Data Statistics

Nodes75
Edges32.4K
Density11.6843
Maximum degree4.3K
Minimum degree12
Average degree864
0.0862321
Number of triangles47M
Average number of triangles626.5K
Maximum number of triangles3.8M
Average clustering coefficient3.64924
Fraction of closed triangles0.7538
Maximum k-core1.1K
Lower bound of Maximum Clique72

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