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  1. #1
    Gaudenz L=?ISO-8859-1?B?/A==?=gstenmann
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    same node several times in a network view



    I've coded a conversation with two speaker-codes and one attribute-code in
    relation with the speakers. My problem is to show a structure like this:


    Quotation 1 ------- Speaker 1 -- attribute 1
    I
    I______________ Speaker 2
    I
    I______________ Speaker 1 -- attribute 1
    I
    I______________ Speaker 2 -- attribute 1
    I
    Quotation 2
    I
    I------------- etc.

    How can nodes appear several times in a network-view?
    Thanks for any ideas!
    gaudenz



  2. #2
    Susanne Friese
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    same node several times in a network view



    > I've coded a conversation with two speaker-codes and one =
    attribute-code in
    > relation with the speakers. My problem is to show a structure like =
    this:
    >
    >
    > Quotation 1 ------- Speaker 1 -- attribute 1
    > I
    > I______________ Speaker 2
    > I
    > I______________ Speaker 1 -- attribute 1
    > I
    > I______________ Speaker 2 -- attribute 1
    > I
    > Quotation 2
    > I
    > I------------- etc.
    >
    > How can nodes appear several times in a network-view?

    They can't. A suggestion would be to structure your network somewhat =
    differently or to introduce some 'dummy' codes.

    Couldn't you swop around attribute 1 and speaker 1/2, i.e. the speaker =
    codes are subcodes of attribute 1.

    With dummy codes I mean, you introduce new attribute codes, e.g. =
    Q1_attribute1, Q2_attribute1, etc. The disadvantage would be that those =
    won't be directly linked to text unless you recode your data. But if the =
    purpose is only to represent the relations in a network view, then this =
    might not be critical.

    Susanne



  3. #3
    Blaine Connor U of Pittsburgh
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    same node several times in a network view



    I'm not sure if I understand what you want to do, but couldn't you make the different speech turns into quotations and then group those turns into a family?

    In your example, "Quotation 1" becomes "Family 1", then Speaker 1 becomes a quotation coded with Speaker 1 and with attribute 1; Speaker 2 becomes a 2nd quotation coded with Speaker 2; Speaker 1 becomes a 3rd quotation coded with Speaker 1 and attribute 1; and Speaker 2 becomes a 4th quotation coded with Speaker 2 and attribute 1.

    That way, you have the structure--but I don't know if it will generate the view you want.

    Family 1 --- Quotation (1) -- Speaker 1, Attribute 1
    --- Quotation (2) -- Speaker 2
    --- Quotation (3) -- Speaker 1, Attribute 1
    --- Quotation (4) -- Speaker 2, Attribute 1


    Blaine Connor
    University of Pittsburgh


    > I've coded a conversation with two speaker-codes and one attribute-code in relation with the speakers. My problem is to show a structure like this:
    > >
    > >
    > > Quotation 1 ------- Speaker 1 -- attribute 1
    > > I
    > > I______________ Speaker 2
    > > I
    > > I______________ Speaker 1 -- attribute 1
    > > I
    > > I______________ Speaker 2 -- attribute 1
    > > I



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