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This is referred to as node list format. Look up that format in the
manual and create a "dl" file using node list format.
George E Higgins wrote:
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>I am new to social network analysis and UCINET. I have a quick
>question about developing the proper data structure for UCINET. I have
>data that are situated in listwise format (see example below). That is,
>I have the ego and the identification codes of the alters along with the
>individual data for each of the egos and the alters. How can I
>transform these data into UCINET format?
>ego alter1 alter2 alter3
>1 3 4 5
>2 1 2 4
>3 5 6 7
>4 5 1 3
>I thank you all in advance for your assistance.
>George E. Higgins, Ph.D.
>Department of Justice Administration
>College of Arts and Sciences
>University of Louisville
>Louisville, KY 40292
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