Download and share hundreds of scientific data from a variety of displines
Interactive visualization and analysis of data
Find, explore, and understand data easily
Scientific progress depends on standard datasets for which claims, hypotheses, and algorithms can be compared and evaluated.
Despite the importance of having standard datasets, it is often impossible to find the original data used in published experiments, and at best it is difficult and time consuming.
This site is an effort to improve and facilitate the scientific research community to share, find, and interactive visualize and explore the data and its frequent patterns/trends, as well as outliers and anomalies.
We are the first data repository to combine visual analytics with state-of-the-art statistical techniques to allow researchers to seamlessly explore, compare, and analyze the data in real-time on the web.
It makes it easy for researchers to download, compare results and findings from papers, as well as analyze and compare hundreds of data from a variety of different collections and domains.
Our goal is to make these scientific data widely available to everyone while also providing a first attempt at interactive analytics on the web.
Interactively visualize and explore hundreds of scientific research data from a variety of domains and displines.
Share and contribute to the scientific community by making your own data sets public for others to use and explore as well as validate any claims made on it.
Select, add, and delete nodes, links, and other data easily
Explore and compare your data to hundreds of other graph data easily
Use our automatic graph layouts or fine-tune them to your application in an intuitive and completely interactive manner.
Export other data such as graph queries or filtered graphs easily in seconds. Export graph statistics, properties, and graph features in a number of easy-to-use formats.
Customize your own visualization preferences, store visualizations, annotate graph data with ease, and leverage many other features.
Save, and share your visualizations, graph data, statistics and much more. You can also manage your graph data, list of favorites, as well as annotate and discuss your own data among your friends.
Filter, query, and transform graph data using any feature you define or use the numerous graph features available in GraphVis
Find and understand graph data easily with zooming and panning
Support for gestures such as 'pinch to zoom' as well as others for touchscreen devices.
Automatic report containing interactive plots and visualizations for exploring or sharing with colleagues
Visualize dynamic networks and explore the evolution of your networks. Many features and tools such as filtering by date and time.
Including degree, triangle counts, clustering coefficients, k-cores, triangle-cores, and numerous others.
Use our graph-based machine learning algorithms to generate accurate predictive models
Group nodes and links into single entities & explore inter-group dynamics, among many other questions/applications.
Reveal the underlying community structure in seconds
Learn roles automatically using our platform and customize roles for your own applications using any number of features and parameters easily and intuitively.
Generate multiple graphs of any size and parameters in seconds. Experiment with a wide variety of important and fundamental graph generators in an easy-to-use interactive manner. Run simulations and explore how your networks evolve!
Network Repository (NR) is the first interactive data repository with a web-based platform for visual interactive analytics. Unlike other data repositories (e.g., UCI ML Data Repository, and SNAP), the network data repository (networkrepository.com) allows users to not only download, but to interactively analyze and visualize such data using our web-based interactive graph analytics platform. Users can in real-time analyze, visualize, compare, and explore data along many different dimensions. The aim of NR is to make it easy to discover key insights into the data extremely fast with little effort while also providing a medium for users to share data, visualizations, and insights. Other key factors that differentiate NR from the current data repositories is the number of graph datasets, their size, and variety. While other data repositories are static, they also lack a means for users to collaboratively discuss a particular dataset, corrections, or challenges with using the data for certain applications. In contrast, we have incorporated many social and collaborative aspects into NR in hopes of further facilitating scientific research (e.g., users can discuss each graph, post observations, visualizations, etc.).