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I am currently analysing the interconnectedness of a sub-set of web sites
and have successfully coded the network and have a model which loads into
either Pajek, NetDraw or UCINET.
I would like to find out whether the network I have is a small world or
scale free network (or neither), however it is not obvious to me which
analysis in any of these software packages would tell me this.
I have a background in psychology, rather than graph theory or sociology so
some of the literature is a little mysterious to me. I have papers which
define small world / scale free networks in mathematical terms but no
pointers as to how (and if) this is implemented in relevant software
I have the Wasserman and Faust book ('Social Network Analysis') and two
Watts books ('Six Degrees' and 'Small Worlds') so would be equally as happy
to receive pointers as to what to read as to what to do !
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