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Hi,

take a look here... http://visone.info

could be nice to implement a lot of network measures and display them  
in 3D!

best regards,
Simone


Il giorno 08/set/08, alle ore 16:58, Yose Widjaja ha scritto:

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> Hello,
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> When given a network, what is the most interesting attribute that  
> one can derive out of it?
>
> I mean, there's things like saying "hey, this is a scale-free  
> network!" or "It resembles a virus network!" or "It's a ring!". But  
> which ones are most often found as being important attributes of a  
> network?
>
> I developed a visualisation program, and it might be cool to make a  
> program take an input, do analysis on it (while visualising them)  
> etc.. It would look pretty nice, and as for the uses, no idea yet..
>
> So yeah, any ideas?
>
> Cheers
>
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