LunarVis -- analytic visualizations of large graphs The analysis and the exploration of complex networks nowadays involves the identification of a multitude of analytic properties that have been ascertained to constitute crucial characteristics of networks. We propose a new layout paradigm for drawing large networks, with a focus on decompositional properties. The visualization is based on the general shape of an annulus and supports the immediate recognition of a large number of abstract features of the decomposition while drawing all elements. Our layouts offer remarkable readability of the decompositional connectivity and are capable of revealing subtle structural traits.
References in zbMATH (referenced in 3 articles , 1 standard article )
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- Brunel, Edith; Gemsa, Andreas; Krug, Marcus; Rutter, Ignaz; Wagner, Dorothea: Generalizing geometric graphs (2012)
- Di Giacomo, Emilio; Didimo, Walter; Liotta, Giuseppe; Palladino, Pietro: Visual analysis of one-to-many matched graphs (2010)
- Görke, Robert; Gaertler, Marco; Wagner, Dorothea: LunarVis -- analytic visualizations of large graphs (2008)