A major advantage to using the IG Visualizer for visualizations of different data sources is that it integrates closely with the features of InfiniteGraph to show views of the data that are useful, dynamic, and interesting.
Imagine an employee network the way that you might connections between highly trafficked websites? Of course, we all don't work for a "highly trafficked" companies, but many employees feel drawn towards "highly trafficked" companies. It is interesting to imagine whether this attraction is justified. Likewise, many employees imagine the freedom that becoming an independent contract might bring, but they may neglect imagine thinking of the higher taxes and the shorter contracts that might come along with it....
Have you seen a list of the top 100 movies or the top 25 best actors or actresses? Do you ever wonder how those are selected? I have long felt that these lists are not very democratic and can quickly go out of relevancy. In contrast, I can find out ratings on Rotten Tomatoes on movies before they even come out in the theater and the ratings are, in my experience, pretty spot on. Also, more and more, people are taking to social media like Twitter to see what their friends might say about a new movie in order to judge. How can your friend's be wrong? After all, they know that they can be blamed if you don't like it.
When looking at the
VertexAPI you will see a few options:
List<EdgeHandle> findEdgesToNeighbor(long neighborId) Retrieves a list of all edges that connect this vertex to a vertex with the given id. Iterable<EdgeHandle> getEdges()