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Sigmajs Exporter

11 November 2012

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GNU GPL v3 http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
Free
Sigma.js, sigma, export, exporter, export to sigma
Exports
11th November 2012
11th November 2012
Gephi 0.8-alpha, Gephi 0.8-beta, Gephi 0.8.1-beta
Linux Mac Windows

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Introduction

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.

Plugin Owner's Notes

Example output is available at: http://blogs.oii.ox.ac.uk/vis/?page_id=115 More features are coming and better validation is needed, but I'm making this alpha version of the code available quickly because of the demand I've received for it. Once installed, restart Gephi and you will see a Export to sigma.js option on the File->Export menu. Choose a location to export to, set export customization options, and click OK. The resulting folder can be uploaded to any webserver to showcase your network. Please note, due to browser security restrictions you will not be able to view the result without a webserver. A web interface to allow the use of this template from any gexf/json network file is coming soon. Source code on github:
https://github.com/oxfordinternetinstitute/gephi-plugins/tree/JSONExporter/sigmaExporter

JSON Exporter

5 November 2012

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GNU GPL v3 http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
Free
JSON, Sigma.js, sigma, export, exporter, export to sigma
Exports
5th November 2012
5th November 2012
Gephi 0.7-alpha, Gephi 0.7-beta, Gephi 0.8-alpha, Gephi 0.8-beta, Gephi 0.8.1-beta
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Introduction

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 across browsers. Alpha version 0.0.1 -- still a work in progress.

Plugin Owner's Notes

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 across browsers.

Source code here.

Why use JSON and not Gexf for Sigma?
Gexf is larger than JSON using extra bandwidth (important for mobile), does not parse correctly on Internet Explorer (yes there are still people using this browser), and is faster (everyone wants that!). More information here.

Sigma.js website: http://sigmajs.org/

Sigma.js JSON parser
Use the sigma.parseJson.js plugin to Sigma just as you use the parseGexf plugin and enjoy all the benefits of JSON. Soure code here.

ExportToEarth

11 July 2012

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shepdl
FreeBSD License
Free
geo, gis, google earth, kml, kmz
Exports
11th July 2012
11th July 2012
Gephi 0.8.1-beta
Windows Mac Linux

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Introduction

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

Plugin Owner's Notes

To use this plugin, go to Preview, then choose File > Export > Graph file, and select "KMZ" from the dropdown menu. It should do the rest. Before running this, make sure your Nodes table has geocoordinate columns. The plugin looks for columns in the following order: * For latitude: columns named "latitude," columns named "lat," columns with the words "latitude" or "lat" in them. * For longitude: columns named "longitude," columns named "lon," columns named "lng", columns with the words "longitude," "lon," or "lng" in them. All comparisons are case-insensitive. The columns must also have a numerical type like float, decimal, or double. This plugin attempts to preserve the appearance of your graph preview as best as possible (aside from moving the nodes and edges to the appropriate geocoordinates). Node colors are preserved from how they have been assigned in Gephi. Edges are always white. This plugin was dveloped during the NEH Summer Institute for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities on Digital Cultural Mapping (http://hypercities.com/NEH/). Thanks to Ryan Cordell, Zoe Borovsky, and Paula Lupkin for being the impetus behind the development of the plugin and the alpha testers.

TikzExport

23 May 2012

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Ilias
GPL
tikz, latex, export
Exports
23rd May 2012
23rd May 2012
Gephi 0.7-alpha, Gephi 0.7-beta, Gephi 0.8-alpha, Gephi 0.8-beta, Gephi 0.8.1-beta
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Introduction

Export a network to TikZ.

Plugin Owner's Notes

TikzExport exports the current graph to TikZ format. To export to TikZ, the user can configure the scaling parameters of the graph, in order to enhance the visual result of the export.

Once the plugin is enabled, to export to tikz, select "File > SVG/PDF/PNG file" and in the Export dialog select the appropriate file extension for TikZ (.tex).

This plugin is part of Cuttlefish (http://cuttlefish.sourceforge.net).

CxfExporter

31 December 2011

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Ilias
GNU General Public License
cxf, export, cuttlefish
Exports
31st December 2011
3rd April 2012
Gephi 0.8-alpha, Gephi 0.8-beta, Gephi 0.8.1-beta
Linux Mac Windows

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Introduction

Export networks to the CXF format.

Plugin Owner's Notes

This plugin allows Gephi's users to export networks to the CXF format. CXF is the network format used by Cuttlefish (http://cuttlefish.sourceforge.net), a network workbench developed at the Chair of System Design at ETH Zurich (http://www.sg.ethz.ch).