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If you work on Machine Learning / Deep Learning with Keras, you can export the model in a dot file. And guess what ? Gephi can read dot files ! 😀 To do that use this code (adapt it for Continuer la lecture Keras and Gephi : Visualize your Deep Learning Graph
Hello everybody ! Great news today, almost a 5 years acheivement : Twitter Streaming Importer is out. It uses the Twitter Stream API to get current tweets and display them as a graph in realtime in gephi. Is basically a Continuer la lecture Twitter Streaming Importer : Naoyun as a Gephi Plugin
We saw that we can use Gephi Streaming Plugin to push data into Gephi. It works well , but it brings a lot of constrains such as : You need to know Gephi Instance Address, which makes it tricky when Continuer la lecture The Final hack of the Gephi Streaming Plugin
Introduction to concepts RDF stands for Resource Description Framework . It’s a way to represent information of all kinds. It’s now a W3C specification and since 1995 people are working on RDF and all sub subjects related to information representation Continuer la lecture Let’s Play Gephi : Dbpedia, RDF, Sparql and your favorite Actors
Recurent issue with Gephi is the new Java 8 verison which Gephi does’nt really like. The simple alternative is to keep or reinstall Java 7, but with the high number of people asking for help, it needs to be demystificated. Continuer la lecture Java 7 for Gephi – Brief How To
K-partite, Bipartite … What is it ? Most of the time, when you create a graph, all the nodes are representing the same « kind » of object. In a Social Network : Persons In a Route Netowork : Stops, Airports, Stations Continuer la lecture Let’s Play Gephi : Understand k-partite graph