Network Navigator is designed to give you a first glimpse of your network data, with both metrics and visualizations. For more on who we are and how the site works, visit our About and How-To pages.

Type or drag-and-drop your edge list into the box. Use a CSV file or type your edges separated by commas, as below. (If you include a header row, the site will look for source, target, and weight columns.)

Person One,Person Two Person Two,Person Three Person Three,Person One

Your network can be either weighted or unweighted, and either directed or undirected. If your network is weighted, you'll need to add a third column to every line with the weight value:

Person One,Person Two,5

This site will work best with networks of up to 500 nodes and up to 10,000 edges, but networks of 250-500 edges will give the best visualization results. Networks larger than 500 nodes and ~10,000 edges may result in some slowdown of site functions.

n.b.: Network Navigator is currently only set up for unimodal (or unipartite) networks. While it will give results for any edge list, be advised that the metrics for bipartite networks aren't reliable.

This website does not collect or store any data. Your data remains on your computer alone and is not sent to an external server. No one can view your data or results but you.

If you have comments or suggestions, or if anything's not working the way it should, feel free to reach out to John on Twitter.

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Scroll to zoom force layout and arc diagram, click and drag to zoom adjacency matrix.