sbourke at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 11:58:47 CET 2012
Any examples of it in use? I've been using Seadragon with the SDK. IT's
pretty handy! Some big functionality missing though.
On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 9:54 AM, Raphael Velt <raph.velt at gmail.com> wrote:
> I haven't had much time since then, sorry.
> I've mostly been working on the pure JS part and released a script for
> importing Gexf files that I called gexf-js and put on
> I've built multilingual capacities in the code, if anyone wants to add
> their language
> My idea would be to inject this work back in the plugin and make itn
> export the Gexf file + gexf-js, but I don't know how to do that in Java.
> On 13/03/2012 10:50, Sébastien Heymann wrote:
> Hey folks,
> How is it doing since then? It's too bad the plugin is still not released
> and available on https://gephi.org/plugins/
> 2011/9/14 Mathieu Bastian <mathieu.bastian at gmail.com>
>> This is fantastic work! I like how simple it is to create viewers and
>> it's beautiful!
>> Some suggestions:
>> - Instead of a HTML file export in the Vectorial Preview Export, what
>> about creating a dedicated export menu like Seadragon does?
>> - +1 for the title. Youc an use the workspace's name as default.
>> - I found in the past that hiding edges while zoom and pan can make
>> exploration faster. I don't know if its helping with a canvas but it could
>> be worth to try.
>> - It could be interesting to have your JSON format copy the GEXF format.
>> For instance drop the 'position' object and directly write 'x' and 'y'.
>> - It would be nice to be able to select edges as well
>> Congrats! Can't wait to have this plugin on the website!
>> On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 2:48 AM, Raphael Velt <raph.velt at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> I'm new to this list ! (I'm a student in web design and development at
>>> the University of Paris 8)
>>> As a Gephi user, I have been working on integrating graphs in custom
>>> to create these. Now, thanks to Sébastien Heymann's help, I'm contributing
>>> these as a plugin to generate web applications.
>>> This is a first version of the ExportJS plugin. At the moment, it can
>>> either export graph data as a JSON file (if you want to create an app
>>> around the data) or create a standalone application, as a single HTML file
>>> containing all the required styles and js libraries.
>>> I've done a lot of copying and pasting from other export plugins
>>> (namely the GEXF and Seadragon plugins) and I've used the json.org/javalibraries to write the JSON file.
>>> As I am a Java / NetBeans / Gephi plugin newbie, please inform me if
>>> I've made mistakes or used bad practices.
>>> The result is a new branch in Launchpad :
>>> Here are improvements I'm thinking of :
>>> - Adding an options UI allowing a few tweaks
>>> - Adding a title to the webpage
>>> - Putting the libraries in the page or fetching them from the
>>> Google CDN.
>>> - Implementing the LongTask API (though the graphs for which you'd
>>> need a progressbar would probably also slow down the browser)
>>> Thanks in advance for your feedback and suggestions !
>>> Raphaël Velt
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