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<p>This project uses Johnston's <a href="http://www.maicar.com/GML/020Contributors/IJDeathsIliad.html" rel="nofollow">Deaths in the Iliad</a> file as the basis for a social network analysis of combat in the <em>Iliad</em>. It shows that Hector is high in betweenness centrality but Achilles in alpha centrality.</p> <p>There are two versions of the writeup:</p> <ul> <li>Glory and Gore (gloryandgore.pdf) is a brief write-up in popular style</li> <li>Spears and Prisms (spearsprisms.pdf) is a longer write-up written in the style of a sociology journal article</li> </ul> <p>There are several versions of the data file:</p> <ul> <li><a href="http://iliad_edges.net" rel="nofollow">iliad_edges.net</a> treats the network as undirected. Used for betweenness.</li> <li><a href="http://iliad_killed_edited.net" rel="nofollow">iliad_killed_edited.net</a> treats the network as directed from winner to loser and only has names for high degree nodes. Used for visualization.</li> <li><a href="http://iliad_killedby.net" rel="nofollow">iliad_killedby.net</a> treats the network as directed from loser to winner. Used for calculating Bonacich and Lloyd's alpha centrality.</li> </ul> <p>The R script "iliadstatus.R" uses igraph to create all visualizations and metrics.</p>
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