Solutions for network visualizations Decision trees to accommodate for scale, time, and space Clement Levallois, Assist. Prof. EMLYON Business School v. 1.1, January 2014 Bio notes • Education in economics, management, history of science (Ph.D.) • Turned to digital methods for research. – data visualization, network analysis, natural language processing, web applications and more. – Member of the “Gephi Community Support” team – Gephi certified trainer https://marketplace.gephi.org/service/data-analysis/ • Contact, feedback welcome: on twitter @seinecle or www.clementlevallois.net Choosing network viz tools – scale matters Do you prefer web browsers or desktop apps? Web browsers More than ~ 300 nodes? yes vivagraph.js (animated graphs) Seadragon (static pics) no sigma.js, d3.js, gexf.js, jit.js, arbor.js, cytoscape.js… Desktop apps More than ~ 1,000 nodes? yes Gephi GraphInsight Vosviewer Cytoscape no NodeXL Netdraw Pajek Visone Choosing network viz tools – for dynamic networks In web browsers or desktop apps? In web browsers No solution? Desktop apps Gephi Experimental: NodeXL Cytoscape 3 Choosing network viz tools – for spatialized networks In web browsers or desktop apps? in web browsers (no standard solution?) But see: http://www.leydesdorff. net/maps/is2009.html Desktop apps Gephi - with 2 plugins: “GeoLayout” and “Map of Countries” NodeXL (experimental?) Do you know of other solutions? • (must include some sort of free license) • Contact me on Twitter @seinecle, I’ll add them here!
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