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What you describes could be represented as a directed graph:
a b 10
b a 5
a c 2
c a 3
Or, are you looking for software that represents this graphically in a particular way?
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One can think of a social network where a given relationship link has one value for one particpant (e.g. high priority) but another for the other participant (e.g. low priority), rather than a single value
But all the SNA software that I have seen assumes a single value will apply to a given relationship, regardless of the actor perspective
Is there any software, or solution with existing software, where you can represent dual perspectives on the same relationship? For example, I can envisage an link line wide at one end but narrow at the other, representing differences in the perceived importance of the link
regards, rick davies
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