How to GraphXR
How to GraphXR

This series of tutorials covers the basics of how to work with graph-connected data in GraphXR. To work hands-on, you'll need to create a GraphXR account, log in, download the data, and drop it in a GraphXR project space.

If you are unfamiliar with graph data or GraphXR, the first module, Graph Anatomy and Interface, is a good place to start. The tutorials are designed to be viewed in order, but you can start anywhere in the series if you want to focus on a specific feature. The data you'll need for each module is provided.

Data used in these tutorials is from an archive relating to the HBO television series Game of Thrones. This extensive dataset has been developed and provided here (opens in a new tab) courtesy of Jeffrey Lancaster (opens in a new tab).

1Graph Anatomy and Interface
2Loading Data
3Properties and Extract
4Link and Filter
5Aggregate, Merge, and f(x)
8Layout and Pinning
9Time Series
12Geospatial Mapping and Tagging
14Data Mapping