Social Network Analysis on Food Web and Dispute Data
Several social science disciplines, especially anthropology and sociology, have long engaged in social network analyses. Social Network Analysis (SNA) uses network theory to analyse social networks – a network that often involves individual social actors (people) and relations between them. Social network analysis aims at understanding the network structure by description, visualization, and statistical modeling. In this research, the illustration of the use of SNA is done on two different...[Show more]
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|Source:||University of Auckland 2015 Postgraduate Poster Competition|
|Poster_Swen Kuh.pdf||SNA academic poster||299.92 kB||Adobe PDF|
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