Introducing GraphXR

GraphXR is a browser-based visualization application that brings unprecedented speed and flexibility to the exploration of graph data. In GraphXR data are represented as nodes connected by edges in an interactive virtual 3D graph space.

With GraphXR you can:

  • Seamlessly import graph data from a graph database or other source (Neo4j via Cypher, RDBMS via SQL, CSV, JSON, Azure DB via Gremlin, etc.).

  • Navigate, select, and edit data efficiently in the graph environment.

  • Model data dynamically using data mapping, and a powerful suite of data transforms.

  • Explore graph connections through widely used graph algorithms, including PageRank and Shortest Path.

  • Visualize data in the graph space through parametric and geometric layouts, geospatial mapping, and time series display.

  • Save, share, and export data as a view, snapshot, Neo4j database, or flat table.

Supported Environments

  • WINDOWS, MAC OSX, AND LINUX

  • CLOUD, PRIVATE CLOUD, AND ON-PREMISES DATA HOSTING

  • OCULUS RIFT, HTC VIVE, AND WINDOWS MIXED REALITY

  • The GraphXR client runs best in Google Chrome. Compatibility with other browsers may vary.

  • The GraphXR client includes beta support for Virtual Reality (VR) hardware in the Google Chrome browser via WebXR.

  • GraphXR Cloud and Pro editions support local and cloud storage. In addition, GraphXR Enterprise is available via on-premises or private cloud deployments.

For more information, please contact Kineviz.

New in GraphXR 2.14

The GraphXR 2.14 release includes new user interface design and functionality as follows:

  • Icon system upgrade. In the Legend, clicking the colored dot next to any Category list item displays the Styling Setting dialog, with Color and Icon tabs to select a node color and icon.

    • The Icon tab provides a wide choice of modern icons, a search bar, and a dropdown menu to display sets of icons of general types.

    • Three icon display modes are available in the Project>Settings tab and Icon Mode menu: Background Transparent, Icon Transparent, and Mix Color.

  • Usability improvements

    • In the Legend, the list of Relationships can now be displayed beneath the list of Categories, Properties, or Tags.

    • The contextual toolbar has been re-arranged for consistent tool positioning.

    • The Information panel can now be re-positioned.

    • You can use spacebar+drag to move any selection of nodes.

    • Settings panel re-organized to accommodate new edge, caption, and icon display features.

      • The Auto Image checkbox is renamed Show Avatars to correspond to the Avatar URL checkbox in the list of Category properties.

      • A Truncate Caption checkbox is added.

      • A Dash Line checkbox is added to display all edges as a dashed line.

  • Geometric layout options have been re-organized, and a Release button added to release geometric layouts and apply a force-directed layout to the entire graph.

  • Force layout now includes a Collision slider for added control of force-directed layouts.

  • Neo4j database menu in the Settings panel to select an available Neo4j database without having to return to the Project home page.

  • For Enterprise subscriptions, limited release extensions for connecting to specific external data sources, importing data from RDBMS, document, or mixed data sources, performing automated language translation, and more.