You may find the interface between Pajek and Google maps at http://www.leydesdorff.net/gmaps/index.htm useful.
Within a Pajek file one can also use the geographical coordinates for positioning the nodes. It is a bit of puzzling. One can read the Pajek files thereafter into other visualization tools (e.g., VOSviewer) and keep the coordinates.
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Is anyone familiar with combining network plots with some sort of GIS or geographic mapping software? I’m working with neighborhood by neighborhood connections in Gephi and would love to visualize this on an actual City map. Any resources you can point me to would be appreciated. Software outside of Gephi is fine too.
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