Gephi Toolkit - https://gephi.org/toolkit
The Gephi Toolkit project packages essential Gephi modules (Graph, Layout, Filters, IO…) in a standard Java library which any Java project can use for getting things done. It can be used on a server or command-line tool to do the same things Gephi does, but automatically.
org.gephi gephi-toolkit 0.9.2
resolvers ++= Seq( "NetBeans" at "http://bits.netbeans.org/nexus/content/groups/netbeans/", "gephi-thirdparty" at "https://raw.github.com/gephi/gephi/mvn-thirdparty-repo/" )
libraryDependencies += "org.gephi" % "gephi-toolkit" % "0.9.2" classifier "all"
If you have Maven you can directly depend on the latest development version of the toolkit (i.e the -SNAPSHOT version).
... oss-sonatype oss-sonatype https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/ true ...
... org.gephi gephi-toolkit 0.9.3-SNAPSHOT ... ...
The Gephi Toolkit is entirely based on Gephi's source code and packages the core modules in a single JAR.
Fork the repository and clone
git clone [email protected]:username/gephi-toolkit.git
Run the following command or open the project in Netbeans
mvn clean install
Yes that is possible if the plug-in doesn’t depend on something not included in the Toolkit, for instance the UI. If that happens, it is likely that the plug-in has been divided in several modules, and in that case one need only the core and can exclude the UI. Consult this HowTo page to know how to extract the plugin JARs from the NBM file. Once you have the JARs, include them in your project’s classpath, in addition of the Gephi Toolkit.
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