Re: [R] SNA Matrix

From: Simon Blomberg <blomsp_at_ozemail.com.au>
Date: Tue 02 Jan 2007 - 22:24:42 GMT

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Salvaj, Erica wrote:
> Hello
>
> I export a one mode network from Pajek to R, and the former made an .r file called PajekR.r, that is actually an script to be run in R
> The problem is that what the file actually does is to set a 0 martrix and then assing to each pair of nodes the corresponding values. Since the matrix is huge (10.000 nodes) a copy/paste procedure is very time consuming, and I guess pretty inefficient. So the question is: are there any way to read directly the .r file in R, without copy and paste the sentences of the script in the R console?
>
> Erica H. Salvaj
> PhD Candidate
> IESE Business School
> docesalvaj@iese.edu
>
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