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I think igraph is also a good choice for you. It is quite easy to
learn, and you can find some tutorial in its website. Good luck. Best,
On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 10:19 AM, Carl Nordlund <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Dear all,
> I have recently installed the Windows client of the R language as I would
> like to play around with some of the SNA algorithms found in Žibernas
> blockmodeling package. One problem is that I simply don't know R (yet), so
> I'm digesting the refence manuals as fast as possible.
> However, I guess there are plenty of SNA:ers who are using R in their
> analyses. Is there a SNA-specific reference to be found somewhere? I am
> certain that R is a very worthwhile language to learn - and I intend to! -
> but I'm sort of stuck on simple things like how to load/import network data
> into R... (I have tried using M<-read.table('myTabSeparatedData') but it
> adds row and column headers - plus that the resulting M object doesn't seem
> to be a Matrix object)
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
> Carl Nordlund, BA, PhD student
> Human Ecology Division, Lund university
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