***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org ***** And using the Web of Science (WoS) (thats how they call it now, I guess) platform, you can easily search and save your data into variety of formates (given that you have access to it).
Welcome back Ryan. An easiest way to go about is to use VOSwiever. It can read WoS plain text file. VOSviewer provides good visual, however, it doesn't provide detailed network statistics. To overcome this, you can easily save your network in .net formate and then use Pajek or NodeXL to get detailed network statistics.Cheers,Khan
On Thursday, 8 September 2016, RYAN, CAMILLE D [AG/1000] <[log in to unmask]');" target="_blank">[log in to unmask]> wrote:***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org *****______________________________
Several years ago, I was active on the SOCNET listserve and within the INSNA network; applying SNA methodologies to examine networks of actors (scientists and organizations) in plant breeding and plant genetic resources. It is good to be back (just rejoined) and I look forward to the daily emails and interactions with group members.
I recently joined Monsanto as part of the scientific affairs team. We are working on a small project to map our connections to government and universities over time through bibliometric/co-citation analysis. As I have been out of the ‘SNA game’ for some time, I would appreciate some advice from the SOCNET group. What platforms are currently used to scrape data from PubMed or Web of Knowledge? What platforms are used to efficiently conduct co-citation analysis?
As I have been out of the loop for some time, I expect that there have been changes to platforms and maybe there are new ones. Any insights that you can offer would be greatly appreciated. Historically, I have worked with UCINet, Pajek, and ORA.
Thanks in advance,
Camille (Cami) D. Ryan, B.Comm., Ph.D.
Social Sciences Lead, Regulatory Policy and Scientific Affairs
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