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Export to SHP

This Plugin exports two Shapefiles: one for the edges, and one for the nodes. The shapefiles (the respective DBF-Files) contain the columns of the edge and shape tables. It adds the current width/size and color in gephi to two additional columns. The geography is rather simple. The location info is either read from columns in [...]

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Sigmajs Exporter

Export your network from Gephi to a predefined Sigma.js template. Choose to include search, group selection, explanatory text, etc. without having to do any HTML/JavaScript coding. Upload the output to any webserver and enjoy a rich HTML5 interactive visualization of your network. Example output is available at: http://blogs.oii.ox.ac.uk/vis/?page_id=115 More features are coming and better validation [...]

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Seadragon Web Export

Export large networks to the browser, directly from Gephi.

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Loxa Web Site Export

Loxa Web Site Export Plugin is a plugin developed for Gephi whose purpose is to allow easy publication of the analysis, descriptions and findings. The result of the implementation of the plugin is a fully functional website and easy customization, thereby allowing to publish the results of their work Features: Lets build a Web site [...]

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Gexf-JS Web Viewer

An HTML/JS project where you can drag and drop a GEXF file to create a web export very easily. Support for English, French, Spanish, Italian, Finnish, Greek and Turkish. MIT License

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JSON Exporter

Exports the network to a JSON file with an array of nodes and an array of edges. This file is suitable to be used with the parseJSON plugin to Sigma.js. JSON allows Sigma.js to be faster and work Why use JSON and not Gexf for Sigma? Gexf is larger than JSON using extra bandwidth (important [...]

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Graph Streaming

The purpose of the Graph Streaming API is to build a unified framework for streaming graph objects. Gephi’s data structure and visualization engine has been built with the idea that a graph is not static and might change continuously. By connecting Gephi with external data-sources, we leverage its power to visualize and monitor complex systems or enterprise data in real-time. Moreover, the idea of streaming graph data goes beyond Gephi, and a unified and standardized API could bring interoperability with other available tools for graph and network analysis, as they could start to interoperate with other tools in a distributed and cooperative fashion.

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CxfExporter

Export networks to the CXF format.

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TikzExport

Export a network to TikZ.

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ExportToEarth

This plugin exports gephi graphs with geocoordinates to KMZ files for Google Earth or other GIS software.

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