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Hiveplot Layout

A Hiveplot Layout implementation for Gephi. For information about hiveplots visit www.hiveplot.com

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Concentric Layout

On choosing a root node, this plugin allows you to layout the graph such the nodes that are ‘n’ hops away from the root lies on the ‘n’th circle. For a sample tutorial on how to use the plugin, check out the video below.

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Alphabetical Sorter

Author Clement Levallois, Assistant Professor at EMLYON Business School. Function Distributes the nodes according to the alphabetical order of their labels. Useful to layout isolated nodes properly, for instance. Request for features, bug reports? Simply open a ticket on Github!   version 1.0 (February 2013): initial release version 1.1 (May 2013): fixed issue when different [...]

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Graphviz Layout

This plugin makes a call to graphviz to lay out your your graphs. To use it, you must have graphviz installed on your system. All layout algorithms provided by graphviz are supported, along with most of the options relevant to Gephi usage.

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Noverlap

No overlap: prevents the round nodes from overlapping. Optimized for big graphs. Choose speed (vs. precision), ratio (more spacing around big nodes) and margin (constant space around nodes). Great to clean a graph after another layout. NB: doesn't manage labels. No overlap: prevents the round nodes from overlapping.

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GeoLayout

A Gephi plugin to display your geocoded graphs.

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OpenOrd Layout

Force-Directed layout algorithm for real-world large-scale undirected graphs.

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Circular Layout

This plugin provides three circular layouts; one simple circle (titled "Circular Layout", one simple dual circle layout (titled "Dual Circle Layout"), and a grouped layout with radial axes (titled "Radial Axis Layout").

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Layered Layout

This plugin provides layout, where nodes are in different layers (orbits). Assignment of node to layer depends on the value of numerical attribute of node. This layout can very nicely visualize the "Small-World Phenomenon", where the layer assignement depends on the distance between key node and the others (Erdös number in the SNA Metrics Plugin).

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ARFLayout

The ARF layout is developed by the Chair of Systems Design of ETH Zürich. It is called ARF for “attractive and repulsive forces”.

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