peter.neubauer at jayway.se
Sat May 2 09:46:06 CEST 2009
http://wiki.neo4j.org/content/Neoclipse_Guide is visualizing node
graphs and an out-of-the-box solution and uses the Eclispe graph
visualization tools. Otherwise, I have tested prefuse some time ago,
and as they have support for dynamic change of the underlying graph
data now, this should work good. Jung probably works good, too, I have
not tried Giny.
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On Sat, May 2, 2009 at 6:15 AM, doug <doug at frogsong.net> wrote:
> Are there any tools or has anyone used any visualization engines with
> Neo4j? Something like Jung (http://jung.sourceforge.net/) or Giny
> I did find this code, but there seems to be no documentation or
> examples, and it is in someone's personal sandbox.
> and from looking at the cached page of this site
> https://projects.thobe.org/neo4j.py/wiki/NeoGraphviz (the actual
> site seems to be down) i think it creates a file that can be used on
> Graphviz, rather than actually visualizing the graph itself. It
> doesn't seem like any of the components are visualization components,
> but i might be wrong; i'm certainly new to the network db space.
> Any information would be greatly appreciated!
> 1. http://jung.sourceforge.net/
> 2. http://csbi.sourceforge.net/
> 3. https://trac.neo4j.org/browser/laboratory/users/tobias/graphviz/src/main/java/org/neo4j/visualization?order=size
> 4. https://projects.thobe.org/neo4j.py/wiki/NeoGraphviz
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