Knowledge Graphs

  • Network Graph Visualization Tools and Mapping Software

    Network visualization tools can be used to showcase the complexity of any connected data.

    During the last years, thanks to the numerous investigations into financial and criminal networks released by various journalist associations, we have seen networks being used more and more for storytelling. Those visual network maps show the main players involved, the connections between them, as well as revealing some interesting insights about the structure of the system.

    Applications such as Kumu or Graph Commons are used to illustrate the complexity of relations between the different elements involved. Others, such as Graphistry or Linkurious are more focused on the data science aspect that can be enhanced using various visualization techniques.

    Try InfraNodus Text Network Visualization Tool developed by Nodus Labs. You can use it to make sense of disjointed bits and pieces of information, get visual summaries for text documents, and generate insight for your research process:

    Using the graph to your right, made with InfraNodus network visualization tool, you can see the most interesting web-based network visualization tools that you can use to visualize data as network graphs. You can also see what data formats (e.g. csv, excel) can be used with these tools with and what kind of operations can be performed on the graphs you build.

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