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From educational research to finance, Rhumbl maps are used for storytelling, analysis and discovery

Large Scale Networks

Network visualization of protein interactions

The study of protein-protein interactions (PPINs) is important for many applications, such as developing new drugs, and remains one of the big challenges in modern medicine. Protein-protein interactions are often represented in a graph form, where nodes represent proteins, and edges between nodes represent the interaction between two proteins. These networks are easily vast, and putting them into graph visualization makes analytics and research much easier.

Here, we have a dataset from The Network Data Repository with Interactive Graph Analytics and Visualization, Ryan A. Rossi and Nesreen K. Ahmed, AAAI, networkrepository.com, 2015.. We downloaded this dataset and used Rhumbl to make a network visualization.

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Small Scale Networks

Graph visualization of Colorado's skills shortage

The state of Colorado is currently experiencing a severe skills shortage across many aspects of advanced manufacturing. This shortage poses a grave obstacle to the continuing growth of manufacturing; a labor and skills bottleneck could lead to decreased economical output and growth of the economy.

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