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The Dyad Census is a name interpreter interface that collects edges for existing alters. On the Dyad Census screen participants are asked if an edge exists for each alter pair combination. This Interface also contains an embedded introductory panel where the purpose of the form can be described to a participant.
A Dyad Census can include multiple prompts, each of which relates to a single edge type. Each alter pair will be considered separately for each prompt.
- Use this Interface to encourage partipants to add edges that they might not have considered.
- Using this interface with a large number of alters will result in a large number of screens (exponential increasing as the number of alters increases).