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The workshop materials (code, sample data, handouts) will be available
online during and after the Sunbelt conference.
As for existing guides that deal specifically with geographic layouts,
here are couple of quick pointers off the top of my head:
1) Martin Grandjean has a nice Gephi tutorial that includes a section on
2) Nathan Yau at Flowing Data had a decent tutorial on geo-networks in
R, though his approach has some issues that have to be ironed out as you
apply it to your data:
A couple more R examples:
On 1/27/2016 11:10 AM, Richey, Melonie wrote:
> Unfortunately, I will be unable to attend the Sunbelt conference this year (missed it two years running). I am, however, very interested in your tutorials using Gephi and R for geospatial networks. Is there anywhere that this information is available? Perhaps a slide deck, a podcast, an online course, a virtual workshop, anything like that?
> Thanks, in advance!
> Melonie Richey
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> Hey Samantha,
> The free network visualization tool Gephi (gephi.org) has that option -- you have to install the GeoLayout plugin
> (marketplace.gephi.org/plugin/geolayout) and add longitude and latitude as node attributes to your data. Then select GeoLayout from the layouts menu and pick the projection you want to use.
> If you happen to use R, somewhat surprisingly the best option for geo-mapping of network data I've found there is in the ggplot2 package (it takes more effort to do this within igraph or Statnet, though it is possible).
> Both Gephi and R can export to PDF, and you can edit the resulting files in Illustrator.
> On a side note: we'll be running two network visualization workshops (for Gephi and R) at Sunbelt 2016 (http://bit.ly/1nOndp4). Stop by if you're at the conference - we'll do some geo-mapping. If you can't make it there, you could ping me after and I'll send you the materials (code, manuals, etc.).
> On 1/26/2016 4:01 PM, Samantha Stratton-Short wrote:
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>> Can anyone please advise what is the best/easiest software for using
>> longitude-latitude coordinates for node locations on a network
>> visualisation. Comparability with graphics software such as adobe
>> illustrator would be a plus. Thanks!
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