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VOSON (http://voson.anu.edu.au - for academics/students,
http://www.uberlink.com.au - everyone else) will do what you want.
In the web app version (VOSON System) you can export hyperlink
networks in pajek format for further analysis with 3rd-party software.
With VOSON+NodeXL you can analyze hyperlink networks using the SNA and
visualization tools in NodeXL (http://nodexl.codeplex.com).
VOSON has been designed to faciliate the study of hyperlink networks
as social/organizational networks. Key papers:
Ackland, R. and M. O'Neil (2011), "Online collective identity: The
case of the environmental movement," forthcoming Social Networks.
Accepted 4th March 2011.
Ackland, R. (2010), "WWW Hyperlink Networks," Chapter 12 in D. Hansen,
B. Shneiderman and M. Smith (eds), Analyzing Social Media Networks
with NodeXL: Insights from a connected world. Morgan-Kaufmann.
Lusher, D. and R. Ackland (2010), "A Relational Hyperlink Analysis of
an Online Social Movement," forthcoming in Journal of Social
Structure, accepted 13th October 2009.
Dr Robert Ackland
Fellow and Masters Coordinator, Australian Demographic and Social
Research Institute, The Australian National University
Information about the Master of Social Research
(Social Science of the Internet specialisation):
GULYÁS László wrote:
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> Dear All,
> I have a student who wants to study the world wide web. I told him that
> I have the feeling that there should be many crawlers out there already,
> but he got back to me that he could not find any really applicable
> (i.e., that could directly output in a format suitable for SNA).
> Do you have any suggestions here?
> Thanks in advance!
> Best regards,
> -- Laszlo
> Laszlo Gulyas, PhD
> Collegium Budapest
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