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I'm trying to find the best way of calculating a centrality / centralization
value for my whole network.
I'm a little confused as to the distinction between group degree
centralization (ala Wasserman and Faust, p180) and network degree centrality
measures (as calculated by UCINET via "Network -> Centrality -> Degree").
I initially assumed that the measure of 'Network Centralization' given as a
percentage on UCINET was equivalent to the group degree centralization
index. However, I notice that the 'Network Centralization' measure can go
If these aren't the same thing: what does 'Network Centralization' measure ?
And is it possible to calculate group degree centralization on UCINET ?
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