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Visualizing Graph Data: for whom is your book written ?

 
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Dear Sir,


Which readers can benefit from reading your book ?  

As for myself I am a Java programmer with a sound knowledge on relational databases but no on graph ones.


Thanks.





 
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Hello,

There are two parts to this book. The first is a primer on the concepts of graph visualization and when it might be helpful and the second goes into a bit more detail on implementation using two different tools, Gephi and KeyLines. Gephi is an application that is supported for Windows, OSX, and Linux, and KeyLines is a javascript library. I don't touch on java really at all, preferring to discuss visualization for the web as that is the direction that most applications are going, so the examples are all run through the browser.

Thanks,
Corey
 
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Dear Sir,

I have had a look on the index, the book has sound practical applications such as dealing with size problems, data modeling, geo data,  visualization, etc. I guess it is well suited for my learning purposes on the subject.

Thanks.
 
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