Here is a recent posting to SOCNET; the software it refers to looks really
From: Social Networks Discussion Forum [mailto:SOCNET@...
Behalf Of Jana Diesner
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2004 4:03 PM
Subject: Fw: AutoMap2.0 - Software for Network Text Analysis released
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The installation link for AutoMap is actually
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jana Diesner" <jdiesner@...>
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2004 3:16 PM
Subject: AutoMap2.0 - Software for Network Text Analysis released
> Dear List members,
> We want to inform you that version 2.0 of AutoMap is now available through
> CASOS at
> AutoMap is a software for Network Text Analysis. It supports the
> and analysis of:
> 1. The structure of social and organizational systems from texts.
> 2. Individual and team mental models.
> AutoMap supports fully automated data pre-processing techniques such as
> Stemming, Named Entity Recognition and Concept Deletion as well as
> computer-assisted pre-processing of textual data such thesaurus
> Networks extracted with AutoMap can be represented in .csv, DyNetML and DL
> for UCINET format.
> AutoMap supports the computation of social network analytic measures for
> nodes and graphs.
> Multiple networks extracted with AutoMap can be compared using the map
> comparison and node and edge distribution techniques.
> AutoMap2.0 has an easy to use Java interface, and it uses Java back-end.
> The installer for AutoMap2.0 for Windows and the user's guide can be
> accessed and
> downloaded from http://www.casos.ece.cmu.edu/automap/software.html.
> The user's guide includes examples for all AutoMap2.0 functionalities
> and sample data.
> For publications about AutoMap log on to
> We also provide an online discussion forum for
> AutoMap. URL: http://www.casos.cs.cmu.edu/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=3
> The purpose of this forum is to:
> - Discuss questions related to the AutoMap software.
> - Get help from other AutoMap users and the developers of the software
> using the tool.
> For bug reports, questions, and more information please contact
> Jana Diesner, jdiesner@....
> CASOS: http://www.casos.cs.cmu.edu
> The Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational
> Carnegie Mellon University. CASOS
> brings together social networks, computer science and the study of
> complex socio-technical systems.
> Director: Kathleen M. Carley
> Jana Diesner
> Carnegie Mellon University
> School of Computer Science
> Institute for Software Research International (ISRI)
> Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems
> Phone (office): 001-412-268-5866
> E-mail: jdiesner@...
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