We really appreciate all the terrific suggestions for new features and improvements that have been provided recently! Today we are announcing that a number of new features have recently gone live: three new metrics, improved visual appearance of labels, a new simplified version of our API, the ability to save node positions when saving survey views and the ability to isolate a nodes edges by type. Below we describe each one of these five improvements.
Today we are thrilled to jointly announce with the Social Media Research Foundation,
developers of NodeXL, that NodeXL Pro now directly exports to Polinode Networks. This is a
very powerful integration and one that many users have asked for over the last few years. If you
haven’t come across NodeXL before, it’s a popular Excel add-in that supports social network
analysis. NodeXL Pro is the paid version of NodeXL and supports the collection of data from
social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
The bottom line is that by using this direct integration you can now collect social network data
directly from these social networks without writing a line of code and then export that data
directly into Polinode. Polinode is a browser-based tool for visualising and analysing network
data - one of the key attractions of using Polinode is that, because it’s browser-based, it’s easy
to share and collaborate on the analysis of social network data.
We are thrilled to announce that a number of important new features have recently gone live in Polinode. There are four major new features: layers, roll-up functionality, themes and improved node labels.
By far our most requested feature over the last 12 months has been to add snowball survey functionality. Today we are announcing we've added snowball survey functionality to Polinode. We've also simplified our pricing and made a few other improvements.
Our new API (Application Programming Interface) means that it is now possible to create, retrieve, update and delete networks in Polinode by writing some fairly simple code. Since it's a REST API we support essentially any programming language you would like to use.
We are thrilled to announce that a number of new features recently went live! There are two new features that are particularly worth highlighting: the ability to save node positions across different network views and the ability to interactively calculate density matrices for a given attribute.
We've just added two new powerful layout algorithms to Polinode: Distribute Nodes and Plot Nodes. Together with our Force Directed and Hierarchical algorithms, this brings us to a total of four available layout algorithms. Read on to learn about how you can use these new layout algorithms to provide deep insight into your data.
We've just added five new features to Polinode. Here's the short version:
- Mardkown is now supported
- You can open up the ability to explore networks generated via surveys
- Users can be uploaded via an Excel file
- The force directed layout now differentiates between hidden and visible nodes and edges
- SVG export is much richer
Read on for all the details!