> My question is: the exportet matrix consits of more than 0 and 1. DNA automaticly uses "0" for "no tie at all", "1" for "Agree", "2" for "Disagree" and "3" for "neither only 1 nor only 2". Is this a problem for calculation Degree/Indegree and/or Outdegree? I alredy analysed it in Visone, Visualized it but I'm not quite sure if the calculated values are actually right or if they are distorted because its not a binary network.
If you didn't tell visone to calculate weighted degrees, then what you get is that each incident edge adds "1" to a node's degree. You can check whether you accidentally told visone to calculate weighted degrees by checking the settings for the degree computation in the analysis tab. If link strength is set to "uniform", then the calculated degrees are unweighted, i.e., each incident edge adds "1" to a node's degree. If a particular numerical edge attribute is selected there, then weighted degrees based on this attribute are computed.
I can't tell from your description whether edges with associated value "0" are actually explicitly represented in your network or not. I think it is likely that you don't want these included in your degree calculation, so you will have to check if they are there or not.