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the only thing that jumps to mind offhand is the math project at
kansas, but it seems very linear (the interface), though the
underlying data might support your goals, and i do believe that they
might make it all available for analysis...looks at 'all of the
mathematicians' and their advisors and projects, by which one can
relate the alum of a specific school to others...it's at:
..though on second thought, this seems to go in the other direction
from your question ;)
At 01:43 AM 8/22/2005, Backler Wendi wrote:
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>Does anyone know of any studies of university alumni networks which have
>been done using SNA analytical tools? To date I have found very little
>empirical research in this field.
>For those who are interested, I will compile any references I get and
>post back to the list.
>Thanks for your help!
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