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In response to the question of cross-platform tools:
For the Mac OS, Guy's work is at http://www.innovationinsight.com/networks.htm. Also, in response to cross platform tools, I often use Agna, which is based on a Java engine.
i'd love it if UCInet was crossplatform, but I'm relelgated to using it in Virtual PC. Ah, well.
My best. See you in Redondo Beach!
> From: Social Networks Discussion Forum on behalf of Guy Hagen
> Reply To: Guy Hagen
> Sent: Monday, January 24, 2005 2:09 PM
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> Subject: Re: simple network diagrams tool?
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> I appreciate the plug for Network Insight; it's free, but the latest version
> is not always available cross-platform (Mac OSX Native). It does support a
> few graph algorithms, too: K-K spring embedders, hierarchical layered/rings,
> etc. It is based upon my own visual basic libraries.
> If you *are* on the Mac, I believe OmniGraffle / OmniOutliner does support a
> drag-and-drop web site relationship graphing tool.
> Good luck!
> Guy Hagen
> On 1/24/05 3:26 PM, "Huerta, Timothy" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> > I can suggest Network Insight for the Mac which I use now and is based on the
> > JUNG java library, if I recall. It creates the following networks:
> > Star, Ring, Complete, Heirarchical, Spiderweb, Distributed, Mesh, Erdos-Renyi
> > Random, Small World, Scale Free and Fitness Models (titles listed in the
> > generation screen) and the generator simply asks how many nodes you'd like.
> > On another note, I was wondering if anyone knew of a tool that could be used
> > to create maps of web sites. Specifically, I'm looking to create link visual
> > maps of web sites to look at issues of structure.
> > Any ideas?
> Guy Hagen
> President, Innovation Insight
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