Real Human Contact processed data

Published: 6 January 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/d6bzzfd23g.1
Khushnood Abbas


This undirected network contains human contact data among 100 students of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), collected by the Reality Mining experiment performed in 2004 as part of the Reality Commons project. The data was collected over 9 months using 100 mobile phones. A node represents a person; an edge indicates that the corresponding nodes had physical contact. @MISC{konect:2015:mit, title = {Reality Mining network dataset -- {KONECT}}, month = apr, year = {2015}, url = {} } @article{konect:eagle06, title = {{Reality} {Mining}: Sensing Complex Social Systems}, author = {Eagle, Nathan and (Sandy) Pentland, Alex}, journal = {Personal Ubiquitous Computing}, volume = {10}, number = {4}, year = {2006}, pages = {255--268}, }


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There is an edge if person A has contacted to person B with time stamp. So it is mono-partite network data with time stamp.


University of Electronic Science and Technology of China - Qingshuihe Campus


Data Science, Machine Learning, Social Networks