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Another good read on networks that is accessible online is Easley &
Kleinberg's "Networks, Crowds and Markets". You can find it on:
If the kind of e-books that work for you include Kindle editions, then
there's a lot out there - many foundational network volumes do have
Kindle versions (and I suspect versions for other e-readers, though I've
never bothered to check). I'd recommend the classic work of Wasserman &
As for books that give specific instructions about software use, you can
look up this one for NodeXL http://amzn.to/ebWoYI or this one for Pajek
http://amzn.to/gFoKYx. Tom Valente's "Social networks and health"
(http://amzn.to/dHktBo) will also help you with Ucinet, though software
use is not its main focus.
In terms of practical applications and software implementation, I'd also
suggest taking a look at the reference manuals for the major network
analysis programs. Pajek, Ucinet, PNet, Siena and some R network
packages have rather comprehensive user guides available online.
Hope that helps,
On 12/2/2010 13:01 PM, kamal badar wrote:
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> Dear All,
> I'm looking for a good e-book for SNA (except for Hennman & Riddle, 2005
> which I already have) which not only discusses the mathematicaldetails
> of various measures but also software implementation.
> References and/or links are welcome.
> Kamal Badar
> Doctoral Candidate
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