Network visualizations show clearly the connections in your data. Rhumbl gives you the data, design and analytics tools to make interactive network visualizations that highlight the important relationships.
Our team of network visualizers at Rhumbl has been making graph visualizations for years. We know what colors work best in networks — which colors to use to draw vertices and edges without making the network visualization look cluttered.
Not sure how your data fits into a network model? That's why we made Excel templates for you to get started, with examples spanning technology, medicine, finance and academia. Through our examples, you'll learn to organize your own data into a network structure.
What's better than a network visualization? An interactive one. Rhumbl makes network visualizations that behave like a map — do all the things that you would when interacting with geographical maps, except with nodes and edges.
Want all outgoing nodes to highlight instead? Want different node sizes or colors? Want to change the info panel display? Customize every facet of your network visualization in the Rhumbl Graph Studio.
Other network mapping tools show lots of numbers, but Rhumbl helps you decode those numbers and what they mean. In our network visualizations, we present the most useful metrics so you can intuitively understand what's going on in your network data.
Rhumbl provides tools and support for every step along your mapping process.
Rhumbl Library is a collection of network mapping templates and articles to help you get started on identifying entities and relationships to make a network model.
Rhumbl Graph Studio is the premier tool for editing, customizing and analyzing network visualizations.
See a step-by-step of how Graph Studio works.
Pan, zoom, search — explore the network map of the MIT OCW curriculum. This network map represents all the classes offered at MIT. Blue nodes indicate whether the class is available online at MIT OCW. Read more at our examples of curriculum mapping.