Here are the files available for download (the first one is the normal one):
  • Ucinetsetup.exe. This is the full installation package. It installs UCINET along with several helper programs (such as NetDraw), and puts a copy of all the standard datasets in a folder called Ucinet Data under your My Documents folder. The installation program automatically uninstalls older versions of UCINET (unless they are really old, in which case it just leaves them).
  • Uci6.exe. This is just the exe. Does not install any data nor create shortcuts in your Start menu. Does not include helper programs like NetDraw either. This provides a faster way to update your UCINET -- just replace your existing uci6.exe file with this one
  • UCI6_64.exe. If you have a 64-bit version of Windows, you can try this 64-bit version of UCINET. It lets you analyze much larger datasets, provided you have the RAM memory for it. Note there is no installation package -- if you have already installed the 32-bit version, you can just download the 64-bit and double-click on the file to run. It will recognize your registration. 
Trial vs "real" version. Actually, there is no separate trial version. If you download the program, it will run on your computer for 60 days without having to enter a registration code. Buying the program gets you that registration code. So whether you buy or just try, you download the same program.

Virus/malware issues. As you can see from the urls, the download files are stored in a DropBox location. For some reason, this can cause Norton AntiVirus to flag the program as dangerous. You might need to turn off Norton to install UCINET.

Installation Notes

  • Installation works best if you right-click on the ucinetsetup.exe file and choose 'Run as Administrator'
  • Similarly, it is also helpful to use 'Run as Administrator' when running UCINET itself for the first time, as this allows you to register the program for all users of your machine. See the FAQ on this.
  • If you have Norton antivirus, you may want to turn if off. The download files are stored in a DropBox location, and Norton is often suspicious of this. Sometimes it claims UCINET is a virus, or contains a virus, or something. Other anti-virus packages don't see to have a problem ...
  • One way to run UCINET on a Mac is to use Wine. For more information, see this FAQ.

Version Info

  • Version 6.511 | 15 Apr 2014
    • Updated the installation package to include additional helpfiles and latest version of netdraw
    • Also added a few Alt-Backspace shortcuts
    Posted Apr 15, 2014, 9:55 AM by Steve Borgatti
  • Version 6.510 | 31 Mar 2014
    • Added additional option to Data|Affiliations (2-mode to 1-mode). New option is max of cross-minimums. 
    Posted Mar 31, 2014, 2:41 PM by Steve Borgatti
  • Version 6.509 | 27 Mar 2014
    • Added new degree centrality procedure. One issue with old one was that if you told it to treat your undirected data as directed, the centralization scores were normalized as if the data were directed, and therefore looked wrong. This was confusing.
    Posted Mar 29, 2014, 12:32 PM by Steve Borgatti
  • Version 6.508 | 10 Mar 2014
    • Added function in Matrix Algebra to calculate triplet transitivity:
      -->myresults = transitivity(campnet)
      -->dsp myresults
    • Replaced Networks|Cohesion|Transitivity with simpler version. Calculates two versions of transitivity: triad-based and triplet-based
    • Fixed bug in Networks|Cohesion|Density by Groups. Choosing 'match nodes by position' was yielding blank results, and choosing 'match nodes by label' was failing when the data had no node labels.
    Posted Mar 11, 2014, 10:06 AM by Steve Borgatti
  • Version 6.507 | 16 Feb 2014
    • Fixed bug in matrix algebra > centrality, which was causing crashes on running the routine a second time
    • Fixed calculation of outk2step and inkstep to not include ego. Previously, a node with zero outdegree was considered to be able to reach 1 node
    Posted Feb 16, 2014, 6:48 PM by Steve Borgatti
  • Version 6.506 | 13 Feb 2014
    • Change in Tools|Scaling|Eigenvectors to suppress tables of complex parts of eigenvectors when not needed
    • Fixed bug in Tools|Univariate stats which was quitting calculations when input data was missing row/column labels
    Posted Feb 13, 2014, 7:45 AM by Steve Borgatti
  • Version 6.505 | 6 Feb 2014
    • Changed Excel editor so that it no longer clears the spreadsheet when you leave it
    • Added a dl data format to the dl editor called NodeAtt. It is used to input node attribute data that is organized like a database might have it, e.g., 
    HOLLY Gender 1
    BRAZEY Gender 1
    CAROL Gender 1
    PAM Gender 1
    PAT Gender 1
    JENNIE Gender 1
    PAULINE Gender 1
    ANN Gender 1
    HOLLY Role 1
    BRAZEY Role 1
    CAROL Role 1
    PAM Role 1
    PAT Role 1
    JENNIE Role 1
    PAULINE Role 1
    ANN Role 1
    MICHAEL Role 1
    BILL Role 1
    LEE Role 1
    DON Role 1
    JOHN Role 1
    HARRY Role 1
    MICHAEL Gender 2
    BILL Gender 2
    LEE Gender 2
    DON Gender 2
    JOHN Gender 2
    HARRY Gender 2
    GERY Gender 2
    STEVE Gender 2
    BERT Gender 2
    RUSS Gender 2
    GERY Role 2
    STEVE Role 2
    BERT Role 2
    RUSS Role 2

    (at the moment this is really the same as an edgelist2 format)
    Posted Feb 13, 2014, 7:42 AM by Steve Borgatti
  • Version 6.504 | 16 Jan 2014
    • Fixed tools|scaling|factor analysis to save eigenvalues as a dataset
    • Added new data matching procedures under data|data matching. These procedures take in multiple datasets and output matched versions that have the same rows and columns in the same order
      • Matching 1-mode matrices. For matching multiple networks that may have slightly different nodes or ordering of nodes
      • Matching 2-mode matrices. Rows are matched to rows, columns to columns
      • Matching networks to attributes. Matches rows and columns of network matrices to rows of attribute matrices
    • Install package incorporates netdraw 2.137
    Posted Jan 16, 2014, 11:11 AM by Steve Borgatti
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