Jennifer Hauck writes: Networks in everyday life

A very good example that science does not always have to be rather boring is provided by Linton C. Freeman. The author (who wrote an excellent overview of “The Development of Social Network Analysis: A Study in the Sociology of Science in 2004) assembles 24 comics that focus on networks. Right-click here and save a pdf-file with some figures that may help to understand intuitively, what some network scientists like to pack into complicated, never ending sentences and papers.

Have fun!

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