written by Eric J. Ma on 2018-08-01 | tags: nxviz visualization data science software open source
A new version of nxviz is released!
In this update, I have added a declarative interface for visualizing geographically-constrained graphs. Here, nodes in a graph have their placement constrained by longitude and latitude.
An example of how to use it is below:
In the GeoPlot constructor API, the keyword arguments
node_lon specify which node metadata are to be used to place nodes on the x- and y- axes.
By no means do I intend for GeoPlot to replace more sophisticated analysis methods; like
seaborn, the interface is declarative; for me, the intent is to provide a very quick-and-dirty way for an end user to visualize graphs with spatially constrained nodes.
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