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exploration, analysis, and representation of network data,
 
exploration, analysis, and representation of network data,
 
jointly developed at the University of Konstanz and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology since 2001.
 
jointly developed at the University of Konstanz and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology since 2001.
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To provide easy and fast access for newbies and support advanced users equally, the visone wiki  
 
To provide easy and fast access for newbies and support advanced users equally, the visone wiki  
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* [[Trails]] guide through common usage scenarios; they are probably the easiest way to learn visone  
 
* [[Trails]] guide through common usage scenarios; they are probably the easiest way to learn visone  
* [[GUI|Graphical User Interface]] description provides a quick reference on what which components do  
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* [[GUI|Graphical User Interface]] descriptions provide a quick reference on what which components do  
 
* [[Concepts|Algorithms, Methods, Concepts]] underlying the implementation are explained in detail separately
 
* [[Concepts|Algorithms, Methods, Concepts]] underlying the implementation are explained in detail separately
 
* [[Applications|Data sets and research applications]] provide additional guidance future applications can build on
 
* [[Applications|Data sets and research applications]] provide additional guidance future applications can build on

Revision as of 16:52, 20 December 2010

visone (italian for mink) is a software for the visual creation, transformation, exploration, analysis, and representation of network data, jointly developed at the University of Konstanz and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology since 2001.


To provide easy and fast access for newbies and support advanced users equally, the visone wiki is built on four main categories: