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At the moment there is no implementation of structural holes measure
as defined by Burt in the official release of NetworkX (1.6). However
there are two proposals in the development site with code for
computing this measure:
Neither is well tested, and both are quite old and seem kind of
abandoned. So use at your own risk. If you decide to use any of them,
please consider posting a comment to the NetworkX dev site with
2012/6/5, Thomas Plotkowiak <[log in to unmask]>:
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> 1. A question for those who use the python SNA library networkX. Is anyone
> familiar if there is an implementation of burts structural holes measures
> in networkX?
> I've checked the discussion group:
> and the docs: http://networkx.lanl.gov/reference/algorithms.html
> but couldn't find anything. I know that UCINet has measures for those as
> shown here: http://faculty.ucr.edu/~hanneman/nettext/C9_Ego_networks.htm
> 2. On a more general note: Is there any document discussing the network
> oriented measure of social capital (brokerage or bonding) given a network
> and its structure?
> The best I could find is this very interesting document
> http://www.horizons.gc.ca/doclib/Measurement_E.pdf with the
> title:"Measurement of Social Capital Reference Document
> for Public Policy Research, Development, and Evaluation"
> Best Regards
> Thomas Plotkowiak
> Research Assistant
> MCM Institute
> St. Gallen
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