quick ucinet question

I found that my network data is missing one node, probably from clip and paste – the UCINET editor seems to truncate the first case of pasted data. Anyway, is there a way in UCINET to add a single node and it’s adjacent nodes ( x y1 y2 … y3) to an existing UCINET data set without redoing the whole thing?

Written by fabiorojas

April 25, 2009 at 1:49 pm

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  1. Yes – the simplest way is to do it in UCINET’s resident spreadsheet editor (Under the DATA menu). When you do this, you will see on the right what the “dimensions” of the data are. Make the row and column dimensions equal to the number of nodes you have and then remember to add sent ties for your node (along the row) and received ties (along the column).

    Make sure you save the file, as UCINET won’t prompt you.

    Actually, though, if you are having this problem, I would recommend going back to your original data file and figuring out what was wrong and fixing it there before pulling it into UCINET, for data management purposes.



    April 25, 2009 at 4:28 pm

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