This tutorial will show you how to use the Trends panel inside your Graphext projects. The Trends panel offers a range of charts allowing you to plot the evolution of your data over time. To start using the Trends panel we need a dataset with a date variable and we need to build a project using it.
This tutorial is designed to give an overview to the Insights panel. The Insights panel allows you to collect cards saving key aspects of your analysis alongside text, charts and descriptive statistics.
This tutorial will introduce you to the Details panel. The Details panel presents your data in a table and allows you to sort, filter and export samples of your data.
This tutorial will introduce you to the Compare panel. The Compare panel contains a series of charts designed to explain the similarities or differences between variables your dataset.
In this tutorial we walk you through the core features of the Graph; the panel to explore your network visualization. Alongside selecting nodes using filtering and neighbour selection, we also show you how to recognise sub-communities using size and color mapping.
Here, we introduce you to the main features of Graphext from how your workspace is organised through to what to expect from the panels inside of your project.
Teams are a fundamental part of working in Graphext and are where you collect datasets and projects. In this tutorial, we will create two new teams, invite someone to a team and share some resources between our teams.