|Developer(s)||Mathieu Bastian, Eduardo Ramos Ibañez, Mathieu Jacomy, Cezary Bartosiak, Sébastien Heymann, Julian Bilcke, Patrick McSweeney, André Panisson, Jérémy Subtil, Helder Suzuki, Martin Skurla, Antonio Patriarca|
|Initial release||31 July 2008|
0.9.2 / 26 September 2017
|Written in||Java, OpenGL|
|Operating system||Linux, Windows, macOS|
|Available in||English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish,|
|License||GNU General Public License, Common Development and Distribution License|
Its last version, 0.9.0 has been launched in December 2015, with updates in February 2016 (0.9.1) and September 2017 (0.9.2). Previous versions are 0.6.0 (2008), 0.7.0 (2010), 0.8.0 (2011), 0.8.1 (2012) and 0.8.2 (2013).
The Gephi Consortium, created in 2010, is a French non-profit corporation which supports development of future releases of Gephi. Members include SciencesPo, Linkfluence, WebAtlas, and Quid. Gephi is also supported by a large community of users, structured on a discussion group and a forum and producing numerous blogposts, papers and tutorials.
Gephi has been used in a number of research projects in academia, journalism and elsewhere, for instance in visualizing the global connectivity of New York Times content and examining Twitter network traffic during social unrest along with more traditional network analysis topics. Gephi is widely used within the digital humanities (in history, literature, political sciences, etc.), a community where many of its developers are involved.
Gephi inspired the LinkedIn InMaps and was used for the network visualizations for Truthy.
- Graph (discrete mathematics)
- Graph drawing
- Graph theory
- Graph (data structure)
- Social network analysis software
- File formats
- Related software
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- Gephi 0.9.2 : a new CSV importer
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- Launched in 2011 and stopped in 2014.
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