Chapter 6. Advanced Features
To this point in the book, we've been making sure to understand the basic functionality of Gephi, and how we can use it to create some fairly basic network graphs. Now, it's time to explore a few of the more advanced capabilities, so that we can not only create the graphs, but also interact with them.
Specifically, we'll take a look at the following features:
- How to use the many filtering capabilities of Gephi to highlight specific attributes within the graph, as well as to generate subsets of the graph for further analysis
- Querying the graph using combinations of filters
- Using statistic functions to learn more about data within the graph
- Working with ranking functions to apply custom colors to nodes and edges, based on ...