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cytoscape

  •    Javascript

Cytoscape.js is a fully featured graph theory library. Do you need to model and/or visualise relational data, like biological data or social networks? If so, Cytoscape.js is just what you need. Cytoscape.js contains a graph theory model and an optional renderer to display interactive graphs. This library was designed to make it as easy as possible for programmers and scientists to use graph theory in their apps, whether it's for server-side analysis in a Node.js app or for a rich user interface.

dash-cytoscape - Interactive network visualization in Python and Dash, powered by Cytoscape.js

  •    Python

A Dash component library for creating interactive and customizable networks in Python, wrapped around Cytoscape.js. If you want to install the latest versions, check out the Dash docs on installation.

cytoscape.js-cola - The Cola.js physics simulation layout for Cytoscape.js

  •    Javascript

The cola layout uses a force-directed physics simulation with several sophisticated constraints, written by Tim Dwyer. For more information about Cola and its parameters, refer to its documentation. It supports noncompound and compound graphs well.

cytoscape

  •    Javascript

U. Dogrusoz, E. Giral, A. Cetintas, A. Civril, and E. Demir, "A Layout Algorithm For Undirected Compound Graphs", Information Sciences, 179, pp. 980-994, 2009. Plain HTML/JS has the extension registered for you automatically, because no require() is needed.




cytoscape.js-cxtmenu - Context menu for Cytoscape.js

  •    Javascript

This extension creates a widget that lets the user operate circular context menus on nodes in Cytoscape.js. The user swipes along the circular menu to select a menu item and perform a command on either a node, a edge, or the graph background. Plain HTML/JS has the extension registered for you automatically, because no require() is needed.

cytoscape.js-dagre - The Dagre layout for DAGs and trees for Cytoscape.js

  •    Javascript

The dagre layout organises the graph using a DAG (directed acyclic graph) system, written by Chris Pettitt. It is especially suitable for DAGs and trees. For more information, please refer to its Dagre's documentation. Plain HTML/JS has the extension registered for you automatically, because no require() is needed.

cytoscape.js-edgehandles - Edge creation UI extension for Cytoscape.js

  •    Javascript

Plain HTML/JS has the extension registered for you automatically, because no require() is needed.

cytoscape.js-navigator - Bird's eye view pan and zoom control for Cytoscape.js.

  •    Javascript

Plain HTML/JS has the extension registered for you automatically, because no require() is needed. You may call nav.destroy() to remove the navigator widget and associated cleanup.


cytoscape.js-panzoom - Panzoom extension for Cytoscape.js

  •    CSS

This extension creates a widget that lets the user pan and zoom about a Cytoscape.js graph. This complements the built-in gesture support for panning and zooming in Cytoscape.js by giving less savvy users a more traditional UI -- similar to controls on map webapps. Plain HTML/JS has the extension registered for you automatically, because no require() is needed.

cytoscape.js-qtip - A Cytoscape.js extension that wraps the QTip jQuery library

  •    Javascript

It is recommended that, where possible, you use cytoscape-popper with tippy.js instead of cytoscape-qtip. Note that jquery must point to a jQuery object with .qtip() registered if AMD is used.

metada - A browser extension to show you who owns the media you read

  •    Javascript

The browser (Chrome & Firefox) extension which shows you who owns the Media. For now, France only. Help wanted for more countries (front/back devs).

cytoscape

  •    Javascript

Plain HTML/JS has the extension registered for you automatically, because no require() is needed.

cytoscape.js-spread - The speedy Spread physics simulation layout for Cytoscape.js

  •    HTML

The spread layout uses a force-directed physics simulation with several external libraries. The layout tries to keep elements spread out evenly, making good use of constrained space. The layout makes use of CoSE (MIT) and rhill-voronoi-core.js (MIT). CoSE is already bundled in Cytoscape.js, and rhill-voronoi-core.js is bundled in cytoscape-spread.

cytosnap - A Node

  •    Javascript

Render images of Cytoscape.js graphs on the server

terraform-graph-beautifier - Terraform graph beautifier

  •    Go

Command line tool allowing to convert the barely usable output of the terraform graph command to something more meaningful and explanatory. As a rule of thumb, --embed-modules=true works well for small to medium size graphs but for larger ones it can produce a very dense and compact result with a lot of overlapping nodes and intersecting edges.






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