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Learn more about [[RSiena|RSiena]] and some more on the connection options in a
 
 
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[http://visone.info/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=docs:visonesiena_man.pdf short guide on how to use Rsiena from within visone].
 
[http://visone.info/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=docs:visonesiena_man.pdf short guide on how to use Rsiena from within visone].
  

Revision as of 14:45, 29 March 2011

Learn more about RSiena and some more on the connection options in a short guide on how to use Rsiena from within visone.


This trail illustrates how to analyze longitudinal network data by using RSiena from within visone. We assume that you have installed the R connection as it is explained in the installation trail. This trail also assumes that you have basic understanding about how to work with visone as it is, for instance, explained in the trail on visualization and analysis and basic knowledge about stochastic actor-oriented models (SOAM).

To follow the steps illustrated in this trail you should download the network file Egonet.graphml which is linked from and explained in the page Egoredes_(data). Further you should remove all ties that are not rated as very likely in the same manner as it is explained in the last section of the visualization and analysis trail.

Sending networks from visone to R

To send the network from visone to R open the R console tab, choose a name in the textfield r name (you might just accept visone's suggestion for this name, which should be egonet), and click on the send button. After clicking on send visone starts the Rserve connection and opens the R-console. If this does not work you should check the settings of the R connection options accessible via the file, options menu. If it works you should get a message like