Nord Pas-de-Calais - work-in-progress with Hervé Le Bras

Basic idea is to look first at marriage distance decay by type of relinking as in the Housman/White paper. These will be either exponential or power law or mixed distributions
--a: Blood marriage
--b: two family relinkings
--c: three family relinkings

and then at spatial patterns of:
(1) distance from home (birth) in marriage
(2) relation between relinking and distance from home in marriage
(3) spatial distance decay by type of relinking
--a: Blood marriage
--b: two family relinkings
--c: three family relinkings

initial genealogical dataset: Elby.ged 94,258 individuals 32,183 marriages and 5,515 marriages in the p-graph relinked core

Belgian commune data coded; French commune data added by Hervé Le Bras, and attached to places of birth, marriage, and death
New file Elby2.ged

Pajek bicomponent taken of the *.ged file Ore graph and saved to Elby2red This was unreadable in Family Origins 9.0. Opened in Brother's Keeper and saved as Elby2red2, now readable by Pajek, with 21,724 individuals 11,722 marriages and again 5,515 marriages in the p-graph relinked core
Using Brother's Keeper output-to-file List with variables:
1 Ego #
4 Sex
34 Spouse #
32 Fa #
33 Mo #
99 Other Spouses #s
3 Name
file name: nor2.txt (made from ego2.txt BK output)

BK2Barry.for/exe written to make file for relinking analysis and sent to Michael Houseman.

to add communes a new *.txt file is constructed from BK with Birth, Marriage, Death places.