Network level measures are measures calculated on the whole network and provide indicators of network structure. Eight network indicators are reviewed: size, density, reciprocity/mutuality, triadic census/transitivity, average path length, clustering, centralization, and core-periphery. The chapter then reviews two-mode data and closes with a discussion of network level influences on behavior. For example, how does density affect innovation diffusion?
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