I recommend NetMiner that contains module for analysis and visualization. Beginners is an easy to use software, because NetMiner is provided GUI mode.
It is commercial software, but you can use coursework license for free during six months.
If you want to use, you can get it for free on answering their questionnaires at www.netminer.com
** If you want to using trial version(28days), you can download it at www.netminer.com
. (Buy&Down >> Download >> Evaluation Version)
2013/3/16 Stephen Uzzo <[log in to unmask]>
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Please excuse this request that you have all likely heard before, but I am looking to put together a heterogeneous cohort of high school students to do simple analyses of their social networks. The objective is for them to understand basic SNA measures like centrality, degree distribution, etc. but without command line programming or extensive data translation, as they have none of this expereince. Ideally they can plug tabular data in and then visualize the data in pretty intuitive ways to emphasize and identify various measures.
Stephen Miles Uzzo, PhD.
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