The blockmodeling console app (Win/Linux/Mac)

Current version: Version 1.1 (January 2024) Download page » is a free, open-source CLI-based software client for doing blockmodeling analysis of networks. Developed in C#/.Net, is available as self-contained binaries for Windows, MacOS and Linux, for different architectures, and installation packages for Windows (setup.exe) and Linux (.deb packages). Visit the Download page to find your preferred version and installation instructions, and/or to get access to the source code. runs as a console/terminal app, where you type in specific commands to load your network, do various types of analyses, viewing and saving the results. Consult the Documentation to learn more, and to see some examples. runs in interactive mode by default, where you type in commands directly, but you can also provide a script file with commands to load. It is also possible to run Socnet from R and Python (as an external process). is developed and maintained by Carl Nordlund, associate professor at The Institute for Analytical Sociology at Linköping University, Sweden, with support from Chandreyee Roy, postdoctoral researcher at Department of Computer Science at Aalto University, Finland. constitutes an output from the project, supported by NordForsk through the funding to The Network Dynamics of Ethnic Integration (project number 105147).

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