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If you question is simply a data management issue, I suggest you simply
export (Save Data As-> VNA) each separate network as a VNA file in NetDraw
(or edgelist file in UCINET).
You simply then cut and paste all the '*tie data' sections into one new
*tie data section. When NetDraw reads this new *tie data section it
assembles a *node properties section automatically. This assembles all the
node names it finds in the tie data. You can then edit this quite easily to
turn it into a *node data section.
On Wed, 4 Oct 2006 11:45:08 -0400, Jordi Comas <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>Does anyone know a relatively straight forward way to combine
>multiple ego networks into one larger network?
>I have a class project withe each student having made an ego
>network. I thought I would be interesting to assemble them into one
>larger net. I could cut and paste sociomatrices, but I thought there
>might be a better way.
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