As promised, here are several links to sites that will help you further explore Gephi, if that’s something you’d like to do.
Here is the Gephi site. It’s a free download. There are links to many tutorials here.
A series of video tutorials that cover everything from preparing data to manipulating graphs.
Here is a tutorial by Martin Grandjean. This is the tutorial upon which I based the work we did in class. I like this approach very much, and I think it’s particularly relevant to our work.
Here is an explanation of many of the layouts and what kinds of data they best serve.
And there is a lot more out there. Just poke around. Google really specific questions.
Have a nice break!