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Depending on your specific aims, it might make more sense to do this
analysis in a statistical package (SAS, SPSS, STATA) than in UCINET.
You can convert the data to a dyadic dataset and analyze all the
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>I have multirelational network data on the same set of actors, and I want to analyze how each actor's ego-network structure changes across relations.
>Is there any more efficient way to do it than to extract the egonet of each actor from each network and then analyze dissimilarities pairwise?
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