Python users who work with networks have few good options for visualizing their networks. To date, the most straight-forward thing you can do is use the
draw function in
networkx, but this rarely yields good looking networks and may require minutes to render large graphs. If you want something that looks good you currently have to save your network to a file and load it with a dedicated tool like Gephi or Cytoscape.
Netwulf enables interactive network visualization directly from Python. Given a network, G, in either dictionary or
networkx.Graph format, users can call
Repository Address: https://github.com/benmaier/netwulf
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