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On Linux/Unix, I use xfig for this; on Mac OS X, I use OmniGraffle.
Each of these are free on their respective platforms, and are pretty
easy to use. jfig is a Java-based version of xfig that is
platform-independent, so you can use it pretty much anywhere.
On 24 Jan 2005, at 11:43, Julio Meneses Naranjo wrote:
> hi there,
> maybe this is a silly question, considering the fact here a lot of
> real network analysis are made in everyday research, but a fellow
> asked me for a good resource and i couldn't get it :-(
> he is looking for some simple drawing tool to get some "pure type"
> networks to show examples on a theoretical presentation. i told him
> to draw some false data to get it from netdraw for example, but he
> truly stated: i don't really need to get so deep to get a figure on
> a ppt :-)
> maybe he's true, and as a result i cannot provide a simple answer
> for his question, but probably here could be the best place to look
> for help. so, which kind of tool do you usually use to get a simple
> diagram or figure on your presentations or papers? i'm just looking
> for something that gives me clear graphics, just the way inflow it
> does (http://www.orgnet.com/inflow3screen.gif), but for sure i
> cannot recommend to buy this kind of software just for this
> scenario. maybe a graphic tool instead something related to network
> analysis? any thoughts?
> thank you very much in advance!
> Julio Meneses
> Knowledge Society Program Ph D. Candidate.
> Dept. Psychology and Educational Sciences.
> The Open University of Catalonia
> Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3 - UOC) Research Staff.
> Project Internet Catalonia (PIC) - Schools on the Network Society
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