[Air-L] Gephi - open visualization platform for networks
sebastien.heymann at gephi.org
Thu Mar 25 09:34:32 PDT 2010
Gephi is also part of Google Summer of Code 2010: the program is the best
way for students around the world to start contributing to an open-source
project, and they are paid by Google during 3 months!
We propose various proposals for students, if you know talended people in
computer science / informatics / infovis / HCI / network science:
2010/3/25 paolo massa <paolo at gnuband.org>
> You might also like
> a blog posted today (!) about analysis of the network of github open
> source developers using gephi!
> Dataset about Github
> On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 4:17 PM, Sébastien Heymann
> <sebastien.heymann at gephi.org> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > If you need to visualize and analyze internet or social networks, this
> > software could help: http://gephi.org.
> > This open source platform aims to explore graphs and complex systems like
> > you manipulate images in Photoshop. This is currently the fastest graph
> > visualization engine in open source, and provide an interactive way to
> > handle networks, apply layouts and metrics, filter data and see the
> > dynamics. It's free and runs on Windows, Linux or Mac OS X.
> > Watch an introduction in video here: http://vimeo.com/9726202
> > A quick start tutorial is available here:
> > http://gephi.org/2010/quick-start-tutorial/
> > You can test it with some datasets like the structure of the Internet
> > by Mark Newman in 2006:
> > http://gephi.org/datasets/internet_routers-22july06.gml.zip.
> > Other datasets are available here:
> > http://wiki.gephi.org/index.php?title=Datasets
> > If you plan to apply for the ESF conference "Future Internet and Society:
> > Complex Systems Perspective" (
> > you may use Gephi to speed up your researches and present your results.
> > For example, check out this study on interactions between Science in
> > actors on the Web: http://webatlas.fr/exhibition/eurosis/
> > Hope that help ;)
> > Sebastien Heymann
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> Paolo Massa
> Email: paolo AT gnuband DOT org
> Blog: http://gnuband.org
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