Exploratory Social Network Analysis with Pajek

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Cambridge University Press, 10 sty 2005 - 334
Part I. Fundamentals: 1. Looking for social structure; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Sociometry and sociogram; 1.3 Exploratory social network analysis; 1.3.1 Network definition; 1.3.2 Manipulation; 1.3.3 Calculation; 1.3.4 Visualization; 1.4 Assembling a social network; 1.5 Summary; 1.6. Questions; 1.7 Assignment; 1.8 Further reading; 1.9 Answers; 2. Attributes and relations; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Example: the world system; 2.3 Partitions; 2.4 Reduction of a network; 2.4.1 Local view; 2.4.2 Global view; 2.4.3 Contextual view; 2.5 Vectors and coordinates; 2.6 Network analysis and statistics; 2.7 Summary; 2.8 Questions; 2.9 Assignment; 2.10 Further reading; 2.11 Answers; Part II. Cohesion: 3. Cohesive subgroups; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Example; 3.3 Density and degree; 3.4 Components; 3.5 Cores; 3.6 Cliques and complete subnetworks; 3.7 Summary; 3.8 Questions; 3.9 Assignment; 3.10 Further reading; 3.11 Answers; 4. Sentiments and friendship; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Balance theory; 4.3 Example; 4.4 Detecting structural balance and clusterability; 4.5 Development in time; 4.6 Summary; 4.7 Questions; 4.8 Assignment; 4.9 Further reading; 4.10 Answers; 5. Affiliations; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Example; 5.3 Two-mode and one-mode networks; 5.4 M-slices; 5.5 The third dimension; 5.6 Summary; 5.7 Questions; 5.8 Assignment; 5.9 Further reading; 5.10 Answers; Part III. Brokerage: 6. Center and periphery; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Example; 6.3 Distance; 6.4 Betweenness; 6.5 Summary; 6.6 Questions; 6.7 Assignment; 6.8 Further reading; 6.9 Answers; 7. Brokers and bridges; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Example; 7.3 Bridges and bi-components; 7.4 Ego-networks and constraint; 7.5 Affiliations and brokerage roles; 7.6 Summary; 7.7 Questions; 7.8 Assignment; 7.9 Further reading; 7.10 Answers; 8. Diffusion; 8.1 Example; 8.2 Contagion; 8.3 Exposure and thresholds; 8.4 Critical mass; 8.5 Summary; 8.6 Questions; 8.7 Assignment; 8.8 Further reading; 8.9 Answers; Part IV. Ranking: 9. Prestige: 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Example; 9.3 Popularity and indegree; 9.4 Correlation; 9.5 Domains; 9.6 Proximity prestige; 9.7 Summary; 9.8 Questions; 9.9 Assignment; 9.10 Further reading; 9.11 Answers; 10 Ranking; 10.1 Introduction; 10.2 Example; 10.3 Triadic analysis; 10.4 Acyclic networks; 10.5 Symmetric-acyclic decomposition; 10.6 Summary; 10.7 Questions; 10.8 Assignment; 10.9 Further reading; 10.10 Answers; 11. Genealogies and citations; 11.1 Introduction; 11.2 Example I: Genealogy of the Ragusan nobility; 11.3 Family trees; 11.4 Social research on genealogies; 11.5 Example II: Citations among papers on network centrality; 11.6 Citations; 11.7 Summary; 11.8 Questions; 11.9 Assignment 1; 11.10 Assignment 2; 11.11 Further reading; 11.12 Answers; Part V. Roles: 12. Blockmodels; 12.1 Introduction; 12.2 Matrices and permutation; 12.3 Roles and positions: equivalence; 12.4 Blockmodeling; 12.4.1 Blockmodel; 12.4.2 Blockmodeling; 12.4.3 Regular equivalence; 12.5 Summary; 12.6 Questions; 12.7 Assignment; 12.8 Further reading; 12.9 Answers; Appendices: Appendix 1. Getting started with Pajek; 1.1 Installation; 1.2 Network data formats; 1.3 Creating network files for Pajek; 1.3.1 Within Pajek; 1.3.2 Word processor; 1.3.3 Relational database; 1.4 Limitations; 1.5 Updates of Pajek; Appendix 2. Exporting visualizations; 2.1 Export formats; 2.1.1 Bitmap; 2.1.2 Encapsulated PostScript; 2.1.3 Scalable Vector Graphics; 2.1.4 Virtual Reality Modeling Language; 2.1.5 MDL MOL and Kinemages; 2.2 Layout options; 2.2.1 Top frame on the left - EPS/SVG Vertex Default; 2.2.2 Bottom frame on the left - EPS/SVG Line Default; 2.2.3 Top frame on the right; 2.2.4 Middle frame on the right; 2.2.5 Bottom frame on the right - SVG Default; Appendix 3. Shortcut key combinations; Main Screen; Hierarchy Edit Screen; Draw Screen; Index on Pajek commands.
 

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Spis treści

Fundamentals
1
Attributes and Relations
29
Cohesion
59
Sentiments and Friendship
84
Affiliations
101
Brokerage
121
Brokers and Bridges
138
Diffusion
161
Ranking
204
Genealogies and Citations
226
Roles
257
Getting Started with Pajek
292
Exporting Visualizations
303
Shortcut Key Combinations
314
Index of Pajek Commands
327
Prawa autorskie

Ranking
185

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Professor Wouter De Nooy specializes in social network analysis and applications of network analysis to the fields of literature, the visual arts, music and arts policy. His international publications have appeared in Poetics and Social Networks. He is lecturer in methodology and sociology of the arts, Department of History and Arts Studies, Erasmus University, Rotterdam.

Professor Andrej Mrvar is assistant Professor of Social Science Informatics at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. He has won several awards for Graph Drawings for competitions between 1995 - 2000. He has edited Metodoloski zvezki since 2000.

Professor Vladimir Batagelj is professor of Discrete and Computational Mathematics at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Member of editorial boards of Informatica and Journal of Social Structure. He has authored several papers in Communications of ACM, Psychometrika, Journal of Classification, Social Networks, Discrete Mathematics, Algorithmica, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Quality and Quantity, Informatica, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization.

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