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Visualizing Graph Data : Best tools

 
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Hi

What are the best open tools available for graphing?

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In the book I spend time with Gephi, which is a desktop application with versions available for Windows, OSX, and Linux, and is open source. For open source libraries, I discuss D3.js in the appendix but there are others, Sigma.js, arbor.js and cytoscape. I use KeyLines.js in many of the examples in the book, but that is a commercial library, not an open source one.

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