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UCINET

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Originally developed by Linton Freeman, UCINET is a comprehensive social network analysis software program. Designed by Steve Borgatti, Martin Everett, and Linton Freeman, Version 6 (the current version as of 2017) is a menu-driven Windows-based program to be used even by non-tech-savvy researchers. Mostly used by social scientists in the field of sociology and management, UCINET also has growing users in the fields of education, health, and life sciences. In general, UCINET is used to analyze sociometric survey data; however, it is also used to analyze other one-mode and two-mode matrix data. UCINET features a number of metric routines used to describe positions of nodes, dyads, groups, and whole networks.

Routine functions of UCINET include algorithmic outputs unique to social network analysis methods such as measures ...

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