So, we have the data loaded and an initial graph to help provide direction. I know you're eager to move forward and produce something more inspiring, and I can guarantee you will. But first, let's take a very brief look at the underlying data, so we have a greater understanding of what we're doing. After all, it's nice to create a pretty graphic, but it's even better if we can explain what it means.
First, click on the Data Laboratory button at the top of the Gephi workspace. You'll now see a few columns of tabular data, assuming you are in the Nodes tab. There are three columns:
Simple, right? The
Nodes column refers to each node or point in the dataset. The
Id column ...