If you are still stuck with your geo layout, you can try:
- Gephi, which has a layout plugin for this purpose:
- ORA also provides a layout of long / lat coordinates I believe
Clement Levallois, PhD
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From: Social Networks Discussion Forum on behalf of Eric DesMarais
Sent: Wed 02/03/2011 22:37
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Subject: Re: [SOCNET] Geograpical Coordinates in NetDraw - please help!
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Since you have coordinate data, it sounds like the easiest thing to do would
be to use GIS software such as ArcGIS, use your network visual as an
overlay, and stretch it to fit over the map, matching the coordinate data of
your nodes to the coordinate data of the map.
It is exciting to see another doctoral student in social work using maps and
networks. Hope your project goes well.
Eric DesMarais, MSW, LCSW
Graduate School of Social Work
University of Denver
2148 South High Street
Denver, CO 80208
On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 8:29 AM, Stephanie Smith <
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> I have been trying to figure out how to project the image of my network on
> to a map and have not been successful. I have the latitude and longitude of
> each node and have made them into attribute files so to place the nodes with
> their location on the map. However, once I'm in NetDraw and click on
> Layout/Coordinates as Attrbutes and try to complete the steps, my network
> vanishes! **Poof**
> Has this ever happened to anyone else? If so, do you know what I am doing
> Any help you could lend would be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you!
> Stephanie Smith
> PhD Student
> School of Sociology, Social Policy & Social Work
> Queen's University Belfast
> 6 College Park
> Belfast BT7 1LP
> Northern Ireland
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