Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Its like Photoshop for Graphs

Thanks to links from Sarah Pendergrass, I stumbled upon this awesome program for graph visualization and analysis called Gephi. It seems rather feature rich, with built in connectors to database systems, extensive graph coloring, layout, and rendering features, and several analysis tools. Gephi is an open-source project.

To see an interactive example, check out the Diseaseome (http://diseasome.eu/map.html)


  1. Speechless! This software is awesome. Thanks!

  2. used it before and also highly recommend it... though unlike Pajek (http://vlado.fmf.uni-lj.si/pub/networks/pajek/) it does not e.g. include Kamada-Kawai layouts but there is hope the lively community will push this project forward!

  3. Now that is an awesome piece of software. I cannot believe they just give it away.


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