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Thank you everyone for your replies to my question about hub measure!
I see that there is a new book just released "Network Analysis:
Methodological Foundations" and that some of SOCNET members have
I wonder... does the book live up to its title? Is it really
"foundations" - is the audience the complete and total raw beginner?
Or are the Scott and Wsserman & Faust books better as introductory
Steve Borgatti wrote:
>Liz, take a look at the centrality chapter of a basic text on social network
>analysis, like the John Scott book "social network analysis: a handbook" or
>the Wasserman & Faust book
>Also, see the links at www.analytictech.com/essex/schedule.htm (scroll down
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>>Behalf Of Liz Quinlan
>>Sent: Monday, February 07, 2005 1:02 PM
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>>Subject: [SOCNET] hub measure
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>>Hello; I am newcomer to network analysis interested in analyzing the
>>communication patterns of members of health care teams. Could someone
>>please give me some sources that list measures (numerical values)
>>commonly used in network analysis and their interpretations? I am
>>particularly interested in finding out what measures can be used to
>>indicate the degree to which any one network member acts as a 'hub' in
>>the overall communication patterns of the network.
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