How are Self-Loops managed in NodeXL?

A self-loop is created when a vertex links to itself.  Self-loops appear as circles in NodeXL network visualizations. The display of self-loops can be controlled via the "Visibility" column in the Edges worksheet. To reveal the "Visibility" column select the…

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How to deal with a VERY LARGE NETWORK?

Network analysis can require large amounts of computing resources or require long periods of time to perform (or both!). Reducing the number of metrics calculated is one way to speed up analysis of a very large network.  If you do…

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How large a network can NodeXL handle?

NodeXL can manage different numbers of edges based on the available computer system resources.  The following are rough estimates: 4 GB of RAM: SMALL networks only less than a few thousand edges 8 GB of RAM: MEDIUM networks of less…

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