Making network visualizations with Rhumbl

Rhumbl lets you easily make graph visualizations online without coding. See how you can make network visualizations with the Rhumbl Map Studio:

Step 1

Put your graph data in a spreadsheet

Spreadsheets are intuitive. Rhumbl expects spreadsheets to be in adjacency lists or matrix formats. These graph formats makes it easy for you to map relationships.

Make your graph spreadsheet

Step 2

Click to upload your network

Upload your spreadsheet into the Rhumbl Map Studio. It gives you a summary of the entities and relationships in your network.

Upload your graph spreadsheet

Step 3

Customize your network visualization

Choose colors, size node radii, attach additional attributes and customize interactivity for your map viewers.

Customize your network visualization

Step 4

Publish and share your network visualization

Map viewers can mouseover and click on entities to explore interesting relationships. Search, pan, and zoom in — what a cool way to explore relationships in network data!

Interact, share and publish with your network visualization

Frequently asked questions

How do I use Rhumbl Graph Studio?

You upload an Excel spreadsheet that has your data in a certain format. This format actually makes it easier for you to structure your data.

I don't know how to structure my data into a network.

That's the hardest part. We have some introductory articles on network modeling. We also provide consulting options to help you map your data and create network visualizations.

Do you offer support?

We offer quick support if you have questions or can't get Graph Studio working. For more involved questions like, "how do I map my organization?", that's a more involved consulting option.

Graph data in easy-to-edit spreadsheets

Graph Studio expects your spreadsheet to be in an adjacency list or matrix format. Never heard of those before? Not to worry — these formats are natural and intuitive ways to structure network data.

See entities and relationships clearly through structuring your network data in these formats.

matrix format for representing a graph
automatic network drawing in graph layout

Visualization for directed and undirected graphs

Rhumbl Graph Studio recognizes multiple types of networks: undirected graphs, directed acyclic graphs (DAG), multi-layered networks, and so forth.

Graph Studio employs a self-drawing approach — it automatically draws nodes and edges cleanly, arranges labels and uses physics to determine an optimal network layout.

View pricing and consulting options on the pricing page.