A legend in your own network graph: NodeXL legend describes data elements

Every network visualization should have a legend that explains what the colors, edge widths, and filters are that define the network graph. NodeXL automatically generates a network legend and displays it when the Graph Elements menu is opened: And the “Legend” option is selected. This will place a legend at the bottom of the visualization […]
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NodeXL (v.166) Keyboard Shortcuts

NodeXL now (v.166) offers users a set of keyboard shortcuts that can speed up your routine network layout tasks. After you click in the graph pane, a number of keyboard shortcuts are now available for functions that had previously been available in the visualization pane’s right-click menu. Now, you can press: Ctrl+A to select all [...]
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HICSS 2011 Paper: EventGraphs: Charting Collections of Conference Connections

A recent paper “EventGraphs: Charting Collections of Conference Connections” by Marc Smith from Connected Action, Professor Derek Hansen (College of Information Studies) and Professor Ben Shneiderman (Computer Science/Human Computer Interaction Lab) both from the University of Maryland and has been accepted for publication at the 2011 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) Conference.  This is the 44th year for the conference. [...]
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