Clement Levallois, Assistant Professor at EMLYON Business School.
The classic layout of Gephi extended to 3D.
1.0 — initial version (28 June 2013)
1.1 — conversion of nodes to spheres when layout in 3D (30 June 2013)
This layout uses an isometric perspective to visualize networks. I.e. it generates 3D coordinates for all network nodes (x,y,z). Thus, is a method for the visual representation of three-dimensional nodes in two dimensions. It can be used to split a network into distinct Z-Layers (e.g. to better visualize high-performers and/or low-performers, or communities after using [...]More Info
This layout can be used to split a network layout into distinct Z-Layers (Network Splitter 3D Z-Layers are user-defined clusters). E.g. after using layouts such as: Yifan Hu, Fruchterman Reingold, Force Atlas, Circular, Layered, OpenOrd, etc. Computed Z-Layers can be used in Gephi ranking and/or partition procedures. To use this plugin it is quite simple: [...]More Info
A simple layout plugin that places nodes randomly within a 3D space. Each node is given an x, y, and z. While normally this Z is not seen in the 2D Gephi view, it is used by other 3D algorithms (like Force Atlas 3D) and can be exported.More Info