Organizations are relying more and more on graph insight. In turn, the volume and complexity of data being visualized has exploded. The result: overloaded charts and overwhelmed analysts. Combos are the perfect solution.
Simplify complexity with combos
Combos are visual groupings of nodes and links. It’s easy to style, open, close, nest and move them around. They offer an intuitive and powerful way to explore complex networks without data overload.
Open the combos to see what’s inside. This ‘detail on demand’ approach brings items into the chart when they’re needed, uncovering insight without cluttering the chart.
Combos are good for representing groupings and associations in networks, like gangs, cells, cliques or organizations. They make it easier to follow inter-group dynamics between clusters and key nodes.
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