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wow, thanks for finding this on my website. I had no clue that it is still online. :) I think there were some export options as well as a couple of analysis tools for comparing longitudinal ego-networks, I'll have a look and send you and email. Also, I will re-compile it so that it runs more stable on Windows 7 + 8.

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Hi-

 

Anyone ever used egonet.qf?  LInk.

 

 

I like the visual canvas interface and the use of sectors and circles for collecting the egonets.  However, I don't see a way to export the output for further analysis.

 

Anyone have any insights?  

 

Jordi

 

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