Gephi is very easy,
Just download it, add your data as comma separated values, and mess with it
until it is pretty. No python or R required.
On Tue, May 5, 2015 at 3:17 PM, Pikas, Christina K. <
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> NodeXL, iGraph in R, iGraph in Python... what's your favorite language? I
> find iGraph in R very friendly and I really want to try rBokeh to see an
> interactive visualization. So maybe more info on which skills you can
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> Kimberly Silk
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] Librarian seeks online tool to create interactive
> network map
> Hey everyone,
> I am looking for a more effective way to show how various projects and
> people across a number of universities are related. I've looked at
> mind-mapping tools (see
> http://lifehacker.com/five-best-mind-mapping-tools-476534555) and also
> http://www.thebrain.com/, but I think what I'm really trying to create is
> akin to a social network map, some thing like you see at
> but of course I don't need that level of sophistication -- though the
> interaction is sweet.
> any ideas, mind hive?
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