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To my opinion big data is the most important development in the ICT industry. It was time for me to get a grasp on big data.
I want to get acquainted on the whole big data stack, “vertically” from HDFS via Yarn to applications such as Hive and HBASE and “horizontally” from ETL to Analytics and Visualization in an end-to-end process. To my opinion graph databases are offering much value in the NoSQL domain escaping the constraints of the relational database. So I started my NoSQL and big data journey experimenting with Neo4j. Neo4j graph database visualization is supported in Gephi natively. So that’s how I got acquainted with Gephi.
How I installed Gephi 0.8.2 on OSX Yosemite:
Before I executed the following 1-6 steps I had already installed Oracle’s Java 8 JRE and JDK on my Apple iMac running OSX Maverics and later Yosemite. After downloading the latest version of Gephi (0.8.2) I suffered the same problems as many others: the Gephi java app starts, stops and disappeared. At a sudden moment I had Gephi 0.8.1 running on OSX Yosemite including a fully functioning UI. But I wasn’t satisfied. Using the following procedure I managed to get Gephi 0.8.2 working on OSX Yosemite:
I used as a starting point the post of Sumnous at http://sumnous.github.io/blog/2014/07/24/gephi-on-mac/
- I removed all (Oracle) Java 7 and 8 JRE and JDK installations on my iMac before I installed Java 1.6 using the link in Sumnous’ post.
- I removed all previous Gephi installations and all related directories and files including .dmg downloads using http://www.freemacsoft.net/appcleaner/ in conformance of an advice I found on StackOverflow.
- After the download and installation of Java 1.6 I downloaded Gephi 0.8.2 once again.
- I started the .dmg installation file and I dragged and dropped Gephi.app to the Applications folder in OSX Finder.
- In conformance of another StackOverflow post on the subject Gephi on Maverics I was advised to remove an “Gephi application support directory” on my iMac. I couldn’t find this directory. I guess this directory was already removed by AppCleaner in step 2.
- I edited the OSX file /Applications/Gephi.app/Contents/Resources/gephi/etc/gephi.conf in conformance of the advice of Summous. I use TextWrangler or Xcode to edit such text based configurations files on my iMac. For non-experienced *nix and OSX users: please note the double quotes in Summons post: The jdkhome entry in my gephi.conf file looks like this:
# default location of JDK/JRE, can be overridden by using --jdkhome <dir> switch
jdkhome='$(/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.6)'
Then I started Gephi 0.8.2 double clicking the app Gephi. It started normally resulting in a full functioning UI including menus.
I also installed Oracle Java 8 JDK using the link http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html. A “java -version<enter>” command in a terminal window results into:
iMac:~ Luc$ java -version
java version '1.8.0_25'
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_25-b17)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.25-b02, mixed mode)
I am using the Java 8 JDK within Spring Tool Suite (STS) which is my default (Java) IDE. I didn’t ran into issues or problems developing/building java applications using STS.
Hope this helps.
Working in ICT since the 90's in multiple domains including network infrastructures and protocols, software application development, office automation, enterprise resource planning / business process automation and cloud solutions.Current professional focus: Big data and machine learning. Personal interest: global economics.
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|Developer(s)||Mathieu Bastian, Eduardo Ramos Ibañez, Mathieu Jacomy, Cezary Bartosiak, Sébastien Heymann, Julian Bilcke, Patrick McSweeney, André Panisson, Jérémy Subtil, Helder Suzuki, Martin Skurla, Antonio Patriarca|
|Initial release||31 July 2008; 12 years ago|
|Written in||Java, OpenGL|
|Operating system||Linux, Windows, macOS|
|Available in||English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish,|
|License||GNU General Public License, Common Development and Distribution License|
Gephi is an open-source network analysis and visualization software package written in Java on the NetBeans platform.
Initially developed by students of the University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC) in France, Gephi has been selected for the Google Summer of Code in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Its last version, 0.9.0 has been launched in December 2015, with updates in February 2016 (0.9.1) and September 2017 (0.9.2). Previous versions are 0.6.0 (2008), 0.7.0 (2010), 0.8.0 (2011), 0.8.1 (2012) and 0.8.2 (2013).
The Gephi Consortium, created in 2010, is a French non-profit corporation which supports development of future releases of Gephi. Members include SciencesPo, Linkfluence, WebAtlas, and Quid. Gephi is also supported by a large community of users, structured on a discussion group and a forum and producing numerous blogposts, papers and tutorials.
Gephi has been used in a number of research projects in academia, journalism and elsewhere, for instance in visualizing the global connectivity of New York Times content and examining Twitter network traffic during social unrest along with more traditional network analysis topics. Gephi is widely used within the digital humanities (in history, literature, political sciences, etc.), a community where many of its developers are involved.
Gephi inspired the LinkedIn InMaps and was used for the network visualizations for Truthy.
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