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You can create a partition indicator to differentiate different
classes of actors. For example, if you has 5 actors you could put the
following information in a text file:
The order of information matters--it much be the same order as the
vertices list of your network. Save the file using the extension
Open your network file and then open this file as a partition. To
graph your network with this partition data use Draw>Draw-Partition or
CTRL-P. The men and women will be displayed in different colors.
On 11/15/06, Rojas, Fabio Guillermo <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Dear Socnet: I apologize if this is obvious, but how can I get Pajek to display a vertex label for the "type" of vertex? In my case, I have a list of links and a separate list of vertex names and their type. So I have my .net file with links like fabio--Liz. I have a separate Excel spreadsheet that lists: Fabio male, Liz female, etc.
> What is the procedure to make Pajek show if individual vertices are male or female? Do I have to combine the links and the labels into one list? Load them separately? The Pajek manual from the website left me a little confused on this topic; maybe someone can direct me to the right page. Thank you. Fabio
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