Free access to Visualizing Large Graphs from WIREs Computational Statistics


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 26 January 2015

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Visualizing large graphs
Yifan Wu and Lei Shi

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Abstract: With the prevalence of big data, there is a growing need for algorithms and techniques for visualizing very large and complex graphs. In this article, we review layout algorithms and interactive exploration techniques for large graphs. In addition, we briefly look at softwares and datasets for visualization graphs, as well as challenges that need to be addressed.

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