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Methodologically, UCInet can do triad censuses to report the frequency
of different triad structures, tools like PNET can report out
frequencies of higher order structures & attributes (independent of
theoretically powerful estimation capabilities).
On Mar 21, 2010, at 3:48 PM, Roy Greenhalgh <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> I'm currently working with a collection of 60 plus ego net diagrams
> created with UCINET.
> I'm trying to group them .. to form some crude typology based on,
> essentially, their ratio of structural holes. Simple star nets are
> obvious as are those with every alter in at least one dyad or
> triad. Some have small or large clusters of connected alters. And
> most have combinations of "singletons" (what Burt calls center-
> periphery), dyads, triads and clusters..
> A search for papers describing a tentative typology has been
> Could anyone point me to papers my search has missed?
> Roy Greenhalgh
> University of Southampton
> School of Social Sciences
> SO17 1BJ
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