webweb is a tool for creating interactive visualizations of networks on the web.
webweb is a front end to a clever library called d3. Learn more about d3 at d3js.org. While d3 was made for web developers, webweb is made for networks researchers who use MATLAB. The idea is that you can use webweb to make easily shareable and interactive network visualizations. View your webs on the web!
Unzip the download, and put the files listed above into your current MATLAB directory. Then either check out the MATLAB help for webweb.m, try opening webwebTest.m for some worked examples, or view the webweb examples page. Example 1 shows the simplest use of webweb. Click links to see results.
% create a 100 node adjacency matrix A A = floor(1.01*rand(100,100)); A=A+A'; A(A>0) = 1; % call webweb webweb(A);
Code to produce all examples can be found on the webweb examples page, or in webwebTest.m.
The code provided here is provided as-is, with no warranty, with no guarantees of technical support or maintenance, etc. If you experience problems while using the code, please let me know via email. I am happy to host (or link to) implementations of webweb drivers in other programming languages, in the interest of facilitating their more widespread use. However, I cannot provide any technical support for that code.
If you repurpose or hack this code to do something else, I would love to hear about it. If you use webweb to make figures for an academic paper, no citation is needed, but please let me know and I will post a link here to your publication.