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Hi, Lydia.

What do you mean by "difference of their current networks"? Is it number of nodes and edges, or dynamics of their network measures like transitivity, reciprocity etc? Can you send the links to the examples of visualizations you want to achieve? It would be really helpful. 

Without it I can suggest only the most obvious options:
Hope that helps,
Alex.


(Social | Network | Data) Analyst

Junior Research Fellow at the International Laboratory for Applied Network Research
National Research University Higher School of Economics

2015-05-15 12:43 GMT+03:00 Lydia Repke <[log in to unmask]>:
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Dear SOCNET group,

I have a software question for you:

We would like to collect longitudinal egocentric network data. We are planning to have three measurement points. At point one we want to collect the participant's network, the same at point two and three. In point two and three, however, we would like to show to the participants also an automatically generated visualization of the difference of their current network and their previous network.

Do you know of any software that is able to do this instantly? Any suggestions or recommendations that can point me in the right direction would be more than welcome.

Thanks in advance,

Lydia

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Lydia Repke

Behavioral and Experimental Social Sciences  (BESS)
Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology (RECSM)
Department of Political and Social Sciences

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