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I haven't played with it yet, but JSViz seems a very interesting library.
and it can read data directly from an XML file. I think it is intended
for small graphs because I guess displaying a graph with millions of
nodes might require too much resources from the Web browser but I'm
For some demos and documentation see
It is Free Software, so you are free to study and change the code,
since the source code is available under a Creative Commons
Attribution License. See
If you use it, let me know if it does the job for you, thanks!
On 1/14/07, tami mar <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Hello everyone,
> I'm in a search for a "plug and play" web application that can display a
> network graph, a web port of "NetDraw", of a sort.
> Hopefully the application will be able to read a file that i will
> generate for it, and i will specify the location of the generated file.
> Any suggestion about such an application?
> Thanks in advance,
> Tami Mar.
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