Category: NEXUS

A simple trick for drawing pseudo-geographical networks

Not all networks have geographic information (e.g., friendship networks, hyperlink networks, etc.). However, for networks that do have geographic data (such as networks of commuting or migration), geography can be a powerful way to position the nodes in a visualization. Geographic position allows viewers to interpret the network in a geographical context and also, enables… Read More »

Visualizing network data

Released in 2012, the sigma.js plugin for Gephi allows for the interactive display of network data in a web browser using open-source technologies, principally sigma.js. The HTML framework and Gephi plugin were a collaborative effort by Scott A. Hale, Joshua Melville, and Kunika Kono at the Oxford Internet Institute as part of a small summer… Read More »