Network visualization

Interactive network visualization tools that turn data into insight

What is network visualization?

Network visualization, graph visualization or link analysis is the process of visually presenting networks of connected entities as links and nodes.

Nodes represent data points and links represent the connections between them.

To look beyond your flat data model and understand connections in your data, you need powerful network visualization tools.

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Visualizing connected data

Why visualize networks?

The world is densely connected. If there’s an interesting relationship in your data, you’ll find value in network visualization.


It’s intuitive

Exploring networks as node-link structures instantly makes sense, even to people who’ve never worked with connected data before.


It’s fast

Our brains are great at spotting patterns, but only when the info is in a tangible format. Network visualization helps you identify trends and outliers quickly.


It’s scalable

Interactive network visualization simplifies complexity, revealing context and connections on demand. It’s ideal for getting a quick overview or focusing on specific connections.


It’s insightful

Through interactive data analysis, you gain deeper knowledge and understand context. That’s hard to achieve with a static, aggregated visualization.

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Who needs to visualize networks?

Connected data is all around us. We help organizations solve their biggest challenges.

Can’t see your use case here? Check out our use cases page.

Detect cyber threats with graph visualization software

Cyber security

Understand cyber threats, reveal network vulnerabilities, detect malware and discover trends using visualization techniques.

Infrastructure management

Infrastructure management

Create interactive visualizations that reveal bottlenecks and vulnerabilities in connected critical infrastructure.


Security & Intelligence

Use graph visualizations and link analysis to uncover threats and critical intelligence to help make the world safer.

Are you new to network visualization?

Take a look at our DataViz 101 blog posts, including beginners’ guides to graphs, graph data modeling, graph databases and network graph visualization.

Learn the fundamentals of connected data visualization

How to visualize your network data

At Cambridge Intelligence, we help developers build interactive network visualization tools that are 100% customized to their users, their data and the questions they need to answer.

JavaScript developers

KeyLines SDK for JavaScript developers

Enjoy the flexibility to code how you like. Add network visualization components to your applications that work anywhere, as part of any stack.

Learn more about KeyLines

React developers

ReGraph SDK for React developers

With ReGraph’s simple data-driven API, it’s quick and easy to add network visualization components to your React applications.

Learn more about ReGraph

Some commonly asked questions

What are KeyLines and ReGraph?

KeyLines and ReGraph are two software development kits (SDKs) we’ve built to help developers create powerful network visualization tools. KeyLines is our toolkit for JavaScript, and ReGraph is for React developers. Learn more about KeyLines and ReGraph

What is KronoGraph?

KronoGraph, our toolkit for timeline visualization, lets you build fully-interactive timelines that reveal how network events unfold and how they’re linked. It’s a standalone toolkit that integrates seamlessly with KeyLines and ReGraph, so users get two powerful ways to visualize and analyze their network data. Learn more about KronoGraph

Who are Cambridge Intelligence?

We’re the world’s leading supplier of visualization technologies for connected data. From law enforcement to cybersecurity and fraud detection, we work with organizations around the globe. Every day, thousands of analysts rely on our technology to ‘join the dots’ in data and uncover hidden threats.

Who uses our products?

More than 200 customers worldwide use our SDKs, from government agencies, police forces and global banks, software vendors and technology start-ups.

How can I get started?

That’s easy! Request a free trial

What’s the difference between an SDK and an app?

Off-the-shelf applications have a defined user interface and experience built into the software – a one-size-fits-all approach. SDKs give the flexibility to design and build custom applications that look and behave as your users need them to. These custom applications are easier to use and more effective as a result. Read more about SDKs

Do I need developer skills to use KeyLines or ReGraph?

Your analysts will not need coding knowledge to use tools built with our SDKs. However, you will need some JavaScript experience to build and deploy those applications. We’ve worked hard to make that process simple, with first-class support and documentation, and consulting services on stand-by.

What integrations are available?

We’ve worked hard to ensure KeyLines and ReGraph apps ‘just work’ in any setup. You can keep your existing servers and code in your preferred JavaScript framework. We also have integration guides to help you connect to your favorite database. Check out our products’ technology pages:

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