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2011/8/5 Barry Wellman <[log in to unmask]>:
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> forwarded for a wonderful network analyst
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> Barry Wellman
> S.D. Clark Professor of Sociology, FRSC NetLab Director
> Department of Sociology 725 Spadina Avenue, Room 388
> University of Toronto Toronto Canada M5S 2J4 twitter:barrywellman
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> I am doing a social network analysis of major philanthropies and charities
> with an online presence. I have a list (file) of 84 websites (URLs) for
> which I would like to analyze the social networks. I have and can use the
> Netdraw program to draw the network graph, but I need a 84 x 84 matrix where
> each cell indicates whether a website contains an out-link to a website in
> the set or the number of out-links to that site. In other words, I'd like to
> be able to input a list of URLs and obtain for each URL a list of all other
> URLs in the set to which each website contains one or more outgoing links.
> If I had to "crawl" each site one at a time, that would be OK.
> So, far I have tried the following software:
> URLnet (requires Python which I don't have)
> IssueCrawler (This runs but misses a lot of known links.)
> SocSciBot4 (It has been running for 2 days now and still has not crawled a
> set of 14 URLS; I think I've hit a bug.)
> Does anyone have suggestions for free or inexpensive software that will do
> anything like what I am trying to do?
> Thanks for any ideas.
> Ron Anderson, Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota, 952-473-5910
> Websites: http://umn.edu/home/rea and
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