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Version 1.2 of AutoMap is now available through CASOS at
AutoMap is a network text analysis tool that extracts, analyzes,
and represents mental models as networks of concepts from single or
multiple texts. AutoMap1.2 supports limited computer-assisted
pre-processing of textual data such as concept deletion and generalization
through the creation of a thesaurus.
AutoMap1.2 performs several types of network text analysis:
- Map analysis.
- Meta-matrix analysis.
- Sub-matrix analysis.
Multiple texts can be compared using the map comparison and concept
Inputs are raw unformatted texts. Outputs are in .txt format, .csv format,
and in .dl format for UCINET.
The extracted networks can be visualized with external visualization tools.
In addition, AutoMap1.2 has an easy to use Java interface, and it uses a
The installer for AutoMap1.2 for Windows and a help file can be accessed and
downloaded from http://www.casos.ece.cmu.edu/automap/software.html.
The help file includes examples for all AutoMap1.2 functionalities
and sample data.
Bug reports, questions, and more information are available by contacting
Jana Diesner, [log in to unmask]
The center for computational analysis of
social and organizational systems, Carnegie Mellon University. CASOS
brings together social networks, computer science and the study of
complex socio-technical systems.
Director: Kathleen M. Carley
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