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Rendering the gephi file on webbrowser eg: Internet Explorer

Postby sayongitab » 14 Nov 2013 14:01

Hi,

i have used gephi to display real time graphs. however going forward i would like to render the same output in the web browser such as I.E or any other windows o.s compatible browser.

I would like to know how should I go about doing this. My Template file has .gephi extension and has 4 workspaces in which I display graphs. I would like to render first workspace in the web browser and the rest will be visible when the user clicks next arrow at the bottom right corner of the web browser.

Apart from this is it required to change the extension of the template file in order to achieve rendering on the web browser?

Truly appreciate any help on this.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Rendering the gephi file on webbrowser eg: Internet Expl

Postby seinecle » 16 Nov 2013 21:49

Hi,

You can install the "SigmaExporter" plugin in Gephi:

https://marketplace.gephi.org/plugin/sigmajs-exporter/

It will create all the files you need to export your Gephi visualization on the web.

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Re: Rendering the gephi file on webbrowser eg: Internet Expl

Postby sayongitab » 18 Nov 2013 09:13

Hi ,

thanks for your quick reply. however sigma exporter only helps in already rendered files to be re-rendered. i tried doing this post opening the file in webbrowser they dont appear the way they use to appear in gephi just appears as a set of scattered lines.

my question is more specific to rendering directly on the web browser in real time thorugh gephi and the appearance of the graphs to be same as it use to be in gephi is it possible ? i can share the graph snap shots with you if it helps you understand better. kindly let me know if you want me to share the snapshots.

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