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
Analyticsbutton at the bottom right corner.
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 Analytics panel button
2) click on the Analytics > Essence tab (if you are not there by default)
3) click the Export > SVG button to save your file:
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:
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: Gexf button in the
Analytics pane, or scroll to the import options in the left menu:
You can also export the text you created. In order to do that, click the
left menu pane to open the menu, scroll down to
Import options and select
You will see all your text as a text file. Click
Save As... in your browser to save it to your disk or copy and paste it to enter into a new program (e.g. notes, Word processor, another InfraNodus account etc.)