In the 1st summative assessment, you built your own network. In this second asse
In the 1st summative assessment, you built your own network. In this second asse
In the 1st summative assessment, you built your own network. In this second assessment, you will continue using your network from assessment 1. You may build a new network for this exercise too (bearing in mind that this may require extra work for you). If you decide to build a new network, adhere to the constraints given in assessment 1 on how your network should look like (e.g. the network should have at least 10 nodes, the network should be original etc.) Consult Assessment 1 on Moodle for the requirements for your network. Note that you may need to ignore weights, directions, or signs of edges for some of the algorithms you’ll use below. If this turns out to be the case, mention briefly that the algorithm you use ignores (or you choose to ignore) some characteristics of the edges. Some algorithms you’ll use below may fail to converge. If this happens, report the case, modify the algorithm, the statistical model, of your network until you get a solution. You will write 1,500 words report. Your report should discuss the items given below. Structure your report in four parts corresponding to the four groups of items below. Each section is equally weighted in the final grade. A: assortativity and communities First describe briefly your network (i.e. what are nodes and edges) and how you constructed the network (i.e. how you collected the data). Also provide a plot of your network. The purpose is to remind us your network. If you chose to build a new network for this assessment, you will need give more details here. As I have previously attempted this assignment with 8% plagiarism in Turnitin, however, plagiarism was still being spotted. I will attach the report and my work as a reference. Please be aware and don't make the same mistake, if there are any course materials that the writer would like to access, feel free to let me know.

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