This is a series of Python scripts to be used with the Gephi Graph Streaming Plugin.
Some are very simple, as the "snake" and "square" examples, and should be used with Gephi as master.
A more complex example starts an HTTP server that connects to the Twitter Streaming API and
exposes the Twitter data in Graph Streaming format, with the users as nodes and retweets as edges.
You can connect Gephi as a client, and see Twitter activity in real time.
In order to get a better layout, run the Force Atlas layout while running these scripts.
If you have a Github account please fork the repository,
create a topic branch, and commit your changes.
Then submit a pull request from that branch.
Written by André Panisson
Copyright (c) 2011 André Panisson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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