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## Graph viewer 3D description

A graph with many nodes often appears difficult to read because the nodes are overlapped. But what happens if we immerse the node space in a 3D environment? Nodes and connections may appear lighter looking at the graph from a different point of view.

• Data visualization in 3D environment
• The connections of the nodes appear clearer
• Ability to rotate the graph in all directions
• Zoom and show only a portion of the graph
• Ability to move a node with automatic translation of child nodes

Here you can see an example of a graph drawn in a 3D environment. The data source is represented by the departments of a company. The nodes of the graph are represented by human resources, articles and news of the company. Each node refers to a specific department.

By visualizing the graph in 3D and rotating the space, the division into departments that are shown as balloons is immediately clear. From the size of the balls one understands the extent of one department compared to another. By turning the graph further, it is possible to easily identify the connections between the nodes of the same department and those of different departments.

Try to realize it!

## Graph viewer 3D

A graph with many nodes often appears difficult to read because the nodes are overlapped. But what happens if we immerse the node space in a 3D environment? Nodes and connections may appear lighter looking at the graph from a different point of view.

• Data visualization in 3D environment
• The connections of the nodes appear clearer
• Ability to rotate the graph in all directions
• Zoom and show only a portion of the graph
• Ability to move a node with automatic translation of child nodes

Here you can see an example of a graph drawn in a 3D environment. The data source is represented by the departments of a company. The nodes of the graph are represented by human resources, articles and news of the company. Each node refers to a specific department.

By visualizing the graph in 3D and rotating the space, the division into departments that are shown as balloons is immediately clear. From the size of the balls one understands the extent of one department compared to another. By turning the graph further, it is possible to easily identify the connections between the nodes of the same department and those of different departments.

Try to realize it!