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I have a GEXF file with attributes for node color, edge width, layout etc. and I have already visualized the data using the lightweight sigma.js library (part of D3.js) with sigma.js examples (my graph looks almost exactly like [obscured] /examples/parse_data.html). However, I would like a couple more enhancements :
1) Show the actual width in the edges (it's in the GEXF file but overridden by sigma.js)
2)When hovering over a node in the graph it only gives the label for that node, but I would also like labels for the nodes it is connected to via edges to appear.
3) Make the edges directed with an arrow so you can tell which direction they go (this is also in the GEXF file but overridden by sigma.js)
4)Animate the graph so that nodes appear as time proceeds (start date for each node is in the GEXF file), and ideally have a scrubber button to manually adjust time.
For more info on the GEXF file format, see [obscured] /1.2draft/gexf-12draft-primer.pdf
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