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Re: st: UCINET- Data input

From   Emmanuel Koku <>
Subject   Re: st: UCINET- Data input
Date   Tue, 10 Mar 2009 16:27:48 -0400

Read up on the structure of the edgelist1 data format in UCINET (see
the help section) there are examples. The format looks like this:
Person A  --->  Person B --> Variable of Interest. So assuming a
cooperation between an ArtistA and a ProducerB  takes the value of 1,
and 0 otherwise, your dataset  up for input into UCINET should look
like this:

Artist      --->  Producer --- Value

A ------>  B-----> 1

What you want is let stata output the value of the three variables.
Basically, for each case, it outputs the values of specified
variables. I am not sure if Stata has the List command - but others
can help here.

Once you have this, save it as an excel file, and then follow the
instructions in UCINET's Data->Import menu.

Hope this helps a bit... if not, let us know.

rgds, Emmanuel
Emmanuel F. Koku, Phd
Department of Culture & Communication
Drexel University, PSA Building 47-Room 309
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Tel:  1 -  215 - 895 - 6144
Fax: 1 -  928 - 438 - 4263

On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 3:50 PM, Lena Katharina Vanessa Kuchler
<> wrote:
> Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
> on
> I found a question about how to import UCINET Data into STATA Data.
> I have a similar question, but the other way round, hopefully you can help me with my problem:
> I am a student of the university of Munich and I am working on my diploma-Thesis. For my work I need to analyse the data of Music-Artists and Music-Producers that have been working together. The Data I have at hand contain in one column the Artists and in the other column I have the Producers. So every row equals a cooperation of the two. Unfortunately I could not find a way to import these data into UCINET.
> So far I have been working with STATA. I have not had any experiences with UCINET. Is there any possibility how I can get my STATA-Data in the shape of a dataset ucinet can import?
> I really hope you can help me or at least tell me someone I can ask because my helper is in australia and has not had any experiences as well.
> I would be really thankfull for your help!
> Yours sincerely,
> Lena Kuchler
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