Analysis and Mining of Multilayer Social Networks

Functions for the creation/generation and analysis of multilayer social networks .


News

version 3.0.2

  • added modularity_ml

version 3.0.1

  • minor code fix, to enable compilation on solaris (changed name to typedef ES)
  • actor measures return as many values as the size of the "actors" input parameter
  • fixed bug in reading directed edges from file (introduced in v3.0.0)

version 3.0.0

  • changed style, replacing . with _ in function names (except S3 methods)
  • old functions deprecated
  • changed colors in plotting function

version 2.0.1

  • minor fixes to the code

version 2.0.0

  • added infomap.ml algorithm
  • significantly rewritten the underlying code
  • some functions temporarily removed (pmm.ml, lart.ml, occupation.centrality.ml)
  • custom attributes on interlayer edges temporarily disabled

version 1.1.5

  • introduced "vertex" as a synonim of "node", to later replace it
  • added legend functionality to plotting function
  • updated multiforce layout function (fixed frame borders)
  • added summary and as.list functions

Reference manual

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install.packages("multinet")

4.0 by Matteo Magnani, 4 months ago


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/multinet


Authors: Matteo Magnani , Luca Rossi (API design) , Obaida Hanteer (mdlpa , flat_ec , flat_nw , some community eval. functions) , Davide Vega (API and code design). The package uses functions from eclat <https://borgelt.net/eclat.html> , for association rule mining , Infomap <https://www.mapequation.org> , for the Infomap community detection method , and Howard Hinnant's date and time library <https://github.com/HowardHinnant/date>. The code from these libraries has been included in our source package.


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL license


Depends on igraph, Rcpp, methods, RColorBrewer

Linking to Rcpp

System requirements: A C++14 compiler


Suggested by leiden.


See at CRAN