How Can I Export from Gephi to Polinode?
Gephi is a powerful tool for visualizing and analyzing network data. First created in 2006, Gephi has existed now for over a decade! It's a terrific tool that works really well with Polinode. Polinode is a web-based tool for performing network analysis and also includes a built-in relationship-based survey tool. One of the primary advantages of Polinode is that it is web-based so doesn't require any software installation - that also makes it easy to share your networks online! Click the button below to get started with Polinode or scroll down to learn more about some of our key features, including exporting from Gephi to Polinode.
Exporting from Gephi to Polinode
Gephi supports a number of different formats for importing and exporting network data - one of these is GEXF (i.e. Graph Exchange Format). Polinode also supports a number of different formats for importing and exporting network data - Excel, GEXF and JSON. You've probably noticed that both Gephi and Polinode support GEXF! To start using Polinode it's as easy as exporting your data in GEXF format from Gephi and importing it into Polinode.
Over 20 Different Metrics
Polinode allows you to calculate over 20 different metrics, including Total Degree, In Degree, Out Degree, Community Detection, Eigenvector Centrality, Betweenness and a lot more. To calculate a metric in Polinode you just click the calculator button, select your metric and click on calculate. One of the powerful features of Polinode is that metrics are calculated for the visible network only - so you can filter a network by an attribute like Gender and then calculate a metric for this sub-network. Everything is dynamic and interactive, including the filters and metric calculation!
Share Your NETWORKS Easily
In Polinode networks can be either public or private. If your data is private then you should feel comfortable that it will be secure in Polinode (we do a lot of work on data security!). Sometimes though you may want to share your data with others publicly. With Polinode you can - just share the link to a public network and anyone will be able to access it. So, you can grant permission to individual users to collaborate on private networks with them or you can share public networks with others by simply sharing a link.
There's a lot more to Polinode than the above! The best way to learn more is to join our over 3,000 users and start exploring network data. We have over 1,500 public networks inside Polinode ready for you to discover. To get started, simply click the button below, sign-up for an account and you'll be up in running in less than 30 seconds.