- Social capital
The potential benefit of having certain ties or occupying a certain position in the network
Title: UCINET for Windows: Software Package for Social Network Analysis
Creation date: 1992 (current incarnation, first appeared in 1983)
Authors: Borgatti SP, Everett MG, Freeman LC
Specialization: General social network analysis
Size limits: approximately 10,000 nodes
Programming language: Delphi
Orientation: social science data analysis
UCINET is a general package for social network analysis. It is mostly used in the social sciences to analyze sociometric survey data. The program features a large number of metrics that can be used to characterize whole networks and positions of nodes within networks. It also features a number of analytical techniques such as finding cohesive subgroups (clustering), blockmodeling, and...
The UCINET team acknowledges the help of hundreds of individuals who have reported bugs, suggested improvements, submitted algorithms, and so on.
- Borgatti SP, Everett MG, Johnson JC (2013) Analyzing social networks. Sage, LondonGoogle Scholar