By default all the data you enter into InfraNodus is private. This means it is only accessible if you log in using your credentials and it cannot be viewed by anyone else.
There are several ways to export your graphs and textual data:
You can export the graph as a standard-resolution (real size) PNG image file (good for the web) or as a high-resolution SVG (vector) file that can be used in print publications and large format posters.
a. To export PNG (web quality)
In order to export your graph as an image, click the
Exportbutton at the right menu.
Then click the
Export the Graph Image > PNGbutton:
Your graph image will be exported as a PNG with a transparent background.
You can also, of course, simply make a screenshot.
b. Export SVG (high-resolution vector quality)
To export the file as an SVG high resolution vector image:
1) click the Export button in the left menu.
2) click the Export Image > SVG button:
You will export exactly what you see on the image, so you might want to modify and filter the nodes on your graph before using the Settings panel in the right-side menu.
Also, note, that if you are using the dark mode the node labels will be exported white and you won't see them on the white background (as it is transparent by default). So you'll need to either manually change the node labels color in a program of your choice when you do post-processing or switch the background theme.
To switch the background theme between the white / black using the button in the right menu, in case you like dark background:
You can export the full original graph for your text using the JSON export functionality. This graph will contain the nodes, the edges, as well as the communities (node clusters), and structural gaps identified, along with extended meta-data, which you can use for your own analysis or in other applications.
You can export this data using the Export > Json button in the Statements Menu or directly using the links, which have the following format
# for private graphs (only accessible through a logged in browser session):
# for public graphs (accessible if you make your graph public):
Note, that you need to be logged in to access this data.
Export the graph JSON via the control panel:
If you would like to perform further manipulations on the text network graph using the software of your choice (e.g. Gephi), you can export it as a
Gexf format is a kind of
XML file, which has information about the nodes and the edges, as well as their attributes. You can later convert it into another popular
To do the export, you can click the
Export button in the
left menu and then click the GEXF button:
You can also export the text you created. In order to do that,
1) click the
Export Button in the left panel,
2) Choose the Download the Text Data > Plain Text
You can also export the separate statements with all the meta data (tags and categories for each statement). This can be useful if you want to perform further analysis on your InfraNodus data.
1) click the Export button in the left menu
2) click the Download the Text Data > CSV with Tags
Note, that for large graphs not all the statements will have categories assigned to them. This is because only the top 150 nodes are shown in the graph (by default). Therefore, some statements that contain less important nodes will not be part of any topic. Such statements will have a special category "not in the graph".
If you would like to further categorize such statements, you can export the CSV file, then filter out only those statements that belong to the "not in the graph" category, and then create a new graph from them, and, therefore, generate more topics for them, which will be more specific and nuanced than the original graph.
We provide analytics data in the JSON graph export (see section 2 above). However, this is a JSON object and may be complex for people who are not technical.
Therefore, we also provide a simpler format for exporting the insights obtained from the graph using the Analytics panel.
If you want to export the topics generated using InfraNodus, bigrams, or full statistics for all the words in your graph, go to the Analytics Panel and click the small "Download" button next to the data you'd like to export:
You can also export the Analytics results via the Analytics panel as a TXT or a CSV file. The file will contain the main information from the Analytics file: the key concepts, main topical groups, latent topical connectors, 4-grams, discourse structure insights. You can access it via the Analytics panel or the Download panels as shown below:
Here's a short video that shows how you can export your data: