Students use several software tools in this course. This page presents tutorials, background information and example data for these tools.
MATLAB® Tutorial (Courtesy of Gergana Bounova. Used with permission.)
- Slides (PDF)
- Routines (ZIP) (The ZIP file contains: 19 .m files, and 1 .mat file.)
- Class Datasets (ZIP) (The ZIP file contains: 2 .wk1 files and 1 .txt file.)
Kleinberg Prestige Routine (M) (Courtesy of Mo-Han Hsieh. Used with permission.)
Sergei Maslov's "Rewiring" Routines (ZIP) (The ZIP file contains: 3 .m files and 1 .txt file.) (Courtesy of Sergei Maslov.)
These relate to the paper Maslov, S., and K. Sneppen. "Specificity and Stability in Topology of Protein Networks." Science 296 (May 3, 2002): 910-913.
Pearson Degree Correlation (ZIP) (The ZIP file contains: 2 .m files.)
Note: always test a routine on a simple example for which you know already what the answer should be.
Mfinder is a network motifs detection tool. Software, source code, a manual and supporting materials are available from Uri Alon's homepage, select the "Network Motif Software" link.
Pajek (Program for Large Network Analysis) is a free software package.
UCINET is a software package for the analysis of social network data as well as other 1-mode and 2-mode data.
- UCINET Tutorial Slides (PDF - 2.9 MB) (Courtesy of Mo-Han Hsieh. Used with permission.)
- This downloadable book doubles as a user guide to UCINET software: Hanneman, R. A., and M. Riddle. Introduction to social network methods.