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I suggest using edgelists rather than full matrices. The best way to get
started is to create a little (say N=10) dymmy dataset in UCINET, and export
it in all possible DL formats. Then see which format is that you can most
eaily create with your data.
If you really must use full matrices, try SPSS. The data editor works with a
1000 X 1000 matrix, and even bigger.
But, you will see, moving to edgelists make life so much easier.
B a l a z s V e d r e s
Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology
Central European University
and fellow at the Santa Fe Institute
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> Subject: help: need to find spreadsheet program for 913 columns
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> Dear all,
> I am trying to create a 913 x 913 blank matrix but can't do
> it in an Excel spreadsheet, which only allows for 256
> columns. I have a list of 913 names and want to transpose
> those 913 "rows" and create 913 columns, so that I can have
> the matrix I need. But this is not possible with Excel. I
> checked out UCINET, but the spreadsheet editor is limited to
> 255 columns.
> I would need your help, please. Is there any spreadsheet
> program that allows to work with around 1,000 columns?
> Would really appreciate your help,
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