I found this thread: Interactive Networks (graphs) with Pyvis - #8
But the PyViz solution doesn’t have features I am looking for. I’d like to show a list of features when scrolling over an edge or node.
I think d3graph might be a better solution, but haven’t found any examples of using it with streamlit.
Can someone help me with getting a d3 based graphic library to work in streamlit?
I am looking to create something like this: What are the most specialized products of ? (2019) | OEC - The Observatory of Economic Complexity
I just released
streamlit-d3graph, a simple component to display
d3graph network graphs in Streamlit apps.
Hope it helps!
@snehankekre Hope you added this awesome component to the Tracker
Hey a new d3_graph version just got released to add a check for an empty color list.
Can I update streamlit-d3graph to make sure d3_graph version is >= 2.03?
Or if not could you please?
The minimum supported version of d3graph is
2.0.1. You are free to update your local version to
d3graph>=2.0.3. If you do so,
streamlit-d3graph will use the updated version.
The minimum supported version of d3graph for
streamlit-d3graph however will remain
2.0.1 so that folks using the older version (for whatever reason) are still able to use the Streamlit Component.
Hi @snehankekre ,
I am using
streamlit-d3graph to display some graphs with 2000 up to 10000 nodes on a Streamlit app. Is there an option of zooming out or a workaround so that the user can see the whole network?
I post a picture of what I see when running the app.
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