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This guide collects resources and tutorials for using Gephi, a network analysis and visualization program.

- Program Setup
- Data formats
- Interface
- Add plugins
- Data management

- Visualizing
- Load data
- Layout
- Color
- Filter
- Size
- Animate

- Analyzing
- Output

- Degree (when directed, in-degree and out-degree)
*This is a numerical node variable. It is the number of edges connected to a particular node. Gephi calculates degree automatically.* - Diameter
*This is a property of the whole network, not a single node or edge. It is the number of links between the two nodes in the network that are the farthest apart.*

- Betweenness Centrality
*This is a numerical node variable. It is a measure of how often a node appears on shortest paths between nodes in the network.* - Closeness Centrality
*This is a numerical node variable. It is the average distance from a given node to all other nodes in the network.* - Eccentricity
*This is a numerical node variable. It is the distance from a given node to the farthest node from it in the network.*

- Betweenness Centrality
- Density
*This is a property of the whole network. It is the ratio between the number of edges and the total number of possible edges between the nodes.* - Clustering/Modularity
*Measures how well a network decomposes into modular communities. This algorithm will calculate an overall modularity score for the network, as well as assign each node to a separate cluster that will appear as a variable suitable for partion coloring.*

ProTip: Save output of window for record keeping. Gephi allows you to print, copy, or save the content of the reporting window.