You can export any graph state in GraphXR’s GXRF format or as a CSV archive of flat files. You might do this, for example, to share with another user the state of a project that’s not connected to a Neo4j database, to export data to another application, or simply to create an external archive. Exported files are given a default name: Kineviz-graphxr plus the date and time of creation:
A GXRF file has a .graphxr extension: Kineviz-graphxr 2021-02-16 08-58-56.graphxr
A CSV archive has a .zip extension: Kineviz-graphxr 2021-03-17 11-10-27.zip
To save a GXRF or CSV archive:
Click the Project panel and the Data tab.
Click either Save GXRF or Save CSV.
Once saved, the file name is added to the bottom of the Chrome browser window, and you can load it by drag and drop from there. Or you can locate a GXRF file or CSV zip archive on your system and drag and drop to load it.