--> 4. Network Analysis

Lab: open Pajek; if at home free Pajek Download manuals history and sample files come with the download
Introduction to Pajek: CLICK 'NEXT' ONCE YOU ENTER

choices for readymade networks:
Data to play with (ZIP: Save to My Documents)
Various Self-Extracting Pajek files (useful as examples of pajek format)
kinship networks
Japanese GED File (EXE: Save to My Documents)
Adriatic GED File (Inoperable)
Greek Gods Ore File (Save to My Documents)
p-kai.net Kaingang net file
Isle of Man Genealogies
Drawing Genealogies
Relinking Marriages in Genealogies

How To

  • Tutorials for using Pajek freeware for network analyis involve reading chapters in the Explorarory Social Network Analysis book about using Pajek, and using the downloadable data files provided with that book. To download, Right click each set of chapter datafiles listed here to SAVE to the directory you select at home or school, but first make subdirectories Ch2, Ch3 etc so each self-extracts to a separate subdirectory and you can find them by chapter. Once saved you can click on each with windows explored and it will self-extract the files for that chapter: chap2.EXE chap3.EXE chap4.EXE chap5.EXE chap6.EXE chap7.EXE chap8.EXE chap9.EXE chap10.EXE chap11.EXE chap12.EXE Appendix.EXE to accompany Exploratory Social Network Analysis with Pajek, by Wouter de Nooy, and pajek authors Andrej Mrvar, and Vladimir Batagelj -- by installing Pajek at home and unzipping datafiles, you can work through the book, turning in exercises and analyses at the rate of two per week for project credit, including a report on and intensive analysis of a dataset.

    Example of a kinship *.net file: Sister Exchange, ZZ.net (coordinates not needed initially)
    *Vertices    6
           1 "Owen,  /Burt/"                   0.1262    0.1500    0.5000 triangle
           2 "Sargent, /Henry William/"        0.2088    0.1500    0.5000
           3 "Owen,  /Mary/"                   0.2244    0.6500    0.5000 ellipse
           4 "Owen,  /John/"                   0.0470    0.5500    0.5000 triangle
           5 "Sargent,  /Theodosia/"           0.1161    0.5500    0.5000 ellipse
           6 "Sargent,  /Emilio/"              0.3035    0.6500    0.5000 triangle
    *Arcs :1 "Father"
           1        3 1 p Solid
           1        4 1 p Solid 
           2        5 1 p Solid
           2        6 1 p Solid 
    *Arcs :2 "Mother"
    *Edges :3 "Spouse"
           3        6 3 k1 -4 p Solid 
           5        4 3 k1 -4 p Solid 
    



    Open in IE only Example of GIS with Network Flyover (note use of zoom and ALT leftclick for flyover)








    --> 3. GIS

    GIS - Geographic Information Systems To load a new data file click /Add Data (Black Cross on Yellow) and find a *.dbf (you can make a dbf from excel through the save formats, but include X Y coordinate data to map such as Latitude and Longitude.

    Once you open, Right click your data table and Display X Y data to make sure that your nodes are coordinated with the map. You may have to click the variables that will be the X,Y coordinates (e.g., Lat and Long). Now an events icon will appear on the left box window (it has a box to check to show/hide).

    Right click the events icon (dbf name next to the check-box) and at the bottom click /Properties then at the top the tab /Symbology and under Show:Quantities/Graduated then select a variable and scale items for size, color that will code your nodes by color and size. This is how you create maps with variables with features defined by node size. If you copy and paste this first property, you can then repeat /Properties and the tab for /Symbology to now display a second (third, etc) variable, for as many different properties as you want. If you have more than one property clicked, however, the larger nodes will override the smaller.

    To show attributes from your database: /Selection/Select by Attributes

    there are dbase files for use with GIS in the c:/My Documents/ArcGis directory:
    SCCS1-239.dbf
    SCCS2-486.dbf
    SCCS3-732.dbf
    SCCS4-985.dbf
    SCCS5-1289.dbf
    SCCS6-1536.dbf
    SCCS7-1796.dbf
    SCCS8-8.dbf I would like you to be able to use to map cultural variables from these files, and the codebooks for these ae in two parts and an index below:

    Edit to correct your data (p308): with View/Toolbars click /Editor; Editor button will appear above the window. Click a cell in the data table. Then click the Edit button. To import data: /File/Add Data from Geography Menu

    Clickable links for variables in these databases
    Coded Variables 1-1849
    Index to Variables

    : The numbers in the index refer to those in the titles of the files, e.g., SCCS1-239.dbf

    IN ADDITION TO C:\SoftwareDocs\ESRI_Library folder documentation in OUR SST 155 LAB, GO TO THE M: DRIVE and look under Anth179 for Instructional materials from Univ. of Nevada -- there are four introductory PDF lecture files on GIS from the Nevada instructor: as below

    Course Site: On-line class in GIS
    Intro

    "SOC SCI 189: Geographic Information Systems for the Social Sciences" Spring 2006 - by Tony Soeller

    I'm teaching a GIS class in Earth System Science this quarter and will be teaching a similar class in Social Sciences next quarter (SS189), so get the word out to your students, please. I've been working with Caesar Sereseres to formulate this class.

    Here's the link to the skeleton web site: for the class mext quarter: http://eee.uci.edu/06s/70680

    And this quarter's (Winter 2006 class with on-line files for lectures): http://eee.uci.edu/06w/42050

    "Introduction to ArcGIS v8.2" Links to Class Lecture Notes and Exercises - by Tony Soeller & Kim Gerrard

    Intro to ArcGIS Class 1, Exercises 1 & 2
    PDF file with lecture notes and exercises for class 1

    Intro to ArcGIS Class 2, Exercises 3 & 4
    PDF file with lecture notes and exercises for class 2

    Housing Median Values example
    Map generated for class showing 1990 Orange County median housing values