webweb is a tool for creating, displaying, and sharing interactive network visualizations on the web, designed for simplicity and ease of use. It's made for users of Python, NetworkX, and MATLAB. (If you're an R user, and want to write an interface for R, get in touch!)
Head to the webweb documentation page for complete instructions, examples, and documentation!
python and networkx:
pip install webweb
git clone https://github.com/dblarremore/webweb
- networkx (for networkx functionality)
Python 2 is not supported, but might work.
The simplest example
from webweb import Web # make a list of unweighted edges edge_list = [[1, 2], [2, 3], [3, 4]] # instantiate webweb and show the result Web(edge_list).show()
% make a list of unweighted edges edge_list = [... 1, 2; 2, 3; 3, 4; ]; webweb(edge_list);
How to use webweb
See the examples on the documentation site!
Feedback and bugs
If you find a bug, create an issue! We want webweb to be as great as possible.
If you want to implement an interface for webweb in another language, go ahead! We'll happily help.
The easiest way for us to handle this is if you fork the repository and work on a branch named for the feature or bug you're working on.
If you repurpose or hack this code to do something else, we'd love to hear about it!
If you use webweb to make figures for an academic paper, no citation is needed, but if you let us know and we'll will post a link to your publication here.
GNU General Public License v3+