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 Some help required analyzing ego-network data in UCINET:


I have 88 ego-networks, with a total of 606 alters. To start with, I am using UCINET to gather some basic measures of the ego-networks to allow me to compare them – measures such as density, geodesic distance etc etc.


So far, and this is my first social network data analysis experience, I have been using UCINET point and click method (network->cohesion->blah) – which, as you can imagine, becomes rather tedious after only 10 or so ego networks have been analysed for ONE of the many measures that are possible.


So, are there shortcuts? Can I paste all my data into one spreadsheet separated into 88 groups and run one measure at a time using that? Or, can I gather more than one measure at a time for each network ( a bit like: network->centrality->multiple measures)? Or something completely different?


Or, should I use something other than UCINET?


Thanks in advance of any help,



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