Simone, I think you're right, the MASON JUNG example is pretty old.  Unfortunately we don't have any recent combinations of MASON and JUNG.  [Note that MASON has its own lightweight -- and not well tested -- social networks package as well if you're interested].

As to GIS: GeoMASON is pretty good.  But we don't have any examples combining the three.


On Nov 16, 2013, at 4:23 AM, Simone Gabbriellini wrote:

> Dear List,
> this is my first attempt with MASON, and I'd like to create a model
> which uses agents linked in a bipartite network with JUNG. I already
> have JUNG code for doing stuff on bipartite networks, and I wonder how
> to integrate it within MASON.
> I see an example here
> ( but I was
> wondering if someone has more recent stuff, because that example is on
> JUNG 1.7 and, as far as I know, some of the packages are no longer
> present in JUNG2 distributions (like SparseVertex).
> Actually, an example which uses MASON, JUNG and GIS data would be awesome.
> All the best,
> Simone
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