[LOGO] Linkages: Programs: NetGraph
School of Social Sciences
University of California, Irvine


NetGraph v1.0 is a package for symbolic and algebraic visualization, under the Mathematica environment. The idea is that the user ought to be able to see their network data to while they are working with it. This visualization should be tied to a very powerful mathematics engine so that the researcher must formulate precise, formal hypotheses about the data, in a symbolic way. These hypotheses can then be displayed onscreen as a graph. NetGraph v1.0 will offer extensions such as three dimensional graphics objects, animation (time-series slides) and much more user flexibility.

Click here to see an example NetGraph v0.1 session under Mathematica where Thomas Schweizer's Javanese data PGraph was created.


Jeff Stern jstern@eclectic.ss.uci.edu

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