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I am trying trying to create a visualization that includes two random network graphs (both with between 50 and 100 nodes). The first is a "normal" graph where all the nodes have a probability of being connected; the second is a series of egonets that are not connected to each other. So, the first the type of data you can get from a roster survey and the second is the type you can get from a name generator on a random sample survey. Short of being able create it by hand, I am at a loss on how to create second graph. Any suggestions, preferably that don't require proprietary software?
Scott D. McClurg
Associate Professor of Political Science
Department of Political Science
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL 62901
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