Ken Webb 2010-03-23T18:09:29Z
A huge number of file formats are used to describe networks. Each of these formats is used by at least one third-party software package. All Xholon applications are explicitly organized as networks. With a few hours of effort, Xholon should be able to read and write any of these formats. This allows any Xholon application to interact with any third-party software that deals with networks, and use its special-purpose analysis or visualization capabilities. This wiki describes just those specific file formats and software that Xholon is already integrated with.
Mark Round has prepared a map of formats and software used in Social Network Analysis. See also wikipedia. See also netwiki.
There's also a diagram somewhere on the net showing the formats that various mind mapping tools have in common.
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