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Latest revision as of 15:57, 6 October 2010


Original Message

From: Jaap Pels, posted on 2008/11/12

Dear All,

I am looking for a recommendation on a:

  • user friendly
  • easy to learn for novices
  • strong visualisation possibilities
  • open software

packedge for SNA.

We are especially interested in track-changes / time series visualisation. Firts entry point for us is ToughGraph..... Please shoot.

Contributors

All replies in full are available in the discussion page. Contributions received with thanks from:

Jaap Pels
Atanu Garai
Alan Alegre
Boris Jaeger
Rachel Cardone
James J. Tarrant
Ruy Cervantes
Baljit Grewal
Cai Kjaer
Johannes Schunter

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