Map networks, together.

Transform your data into interactive maps, untangle complex relations that impact you and your communities.

Selected organizations using Graph Commons

  • Explore data-networks across variety of topics
  • View member profiles and what they are working on
  • View info cards and dedicated pages for data points

Explore data projects

Discover how people and organizations connect the dots about complex issues that are otherwise invisible. Search and explore their immediate relations across a variety of interesting contexts.

  • Model your data and customize an effective visual language
  • Import from Google Spreadsheet or Excel CSV
  • Develop graph-driven smart applications with the API
  • Comment on graphs, map and analyze with your colleagues

Map your own data

Create your own knowledge graph using the visual editor, importing from your spreadsheets, or programmatically via the API. Invite collaborators and contribute to their graphs.

  • Combine filters to answer complex questions
  • Explore graphs with advanced layout algorithms and WebGL
  • Identify complex patterns and gain insight
  • Tell stories from your data with slideshows

Gain network intelligence

Apply network analysis to discover patterns, central actors, indirect relations, organic clusters that are otherwise hidden. Place analysis in your reports, tell stories with your data.

  • Share your selections as cards on social media
  • Add interactive graphs and cards to your website
  • Get printable maps as PDF files and PNG images
  • Track your impact, how people react to your graphs

Publish your findings

Share your graph, selections with permalinks, embed into your sites, download PDFs, discuss via comments, track your graph’s engagement.

Investigative journalism, organizational analysis, strategizing, archival exploration, content curation are some of Graph Commons use cases.

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this story tracks the major attacks committed by ISIS from among the 88 attacks by 9 different terror organizations since 2011 shown by the map

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How did Fettah Tamince benefit from AKP government's concessions?

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Azerbaijan's state-run oil company Socar has founded 30 companies in Turkey, including the construction of the natural gas pipeline TANAP that will carry gas from Azerbaijan to Europe, crossing throu...

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Declared supporter institutions of at-Risk Scholars around the world

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A story of three musicians in PI Recordings ecosystem

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Alfabeyi bundan 3000 küsur yıl önce Fenikeliler icat etmiş. Basit gibi gözüken, son derece zekice bir buluş bu. Daha önce her biri bir basit kavramı ifade eden binlerce simge-resim varken bunlardan 2...

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Sector-based curation that enhances creative production amongst our community  (Illustration: Yeşim Paktin)

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İstanbul, son yıllarda farklı alanlarda faaliyet gösteren ve şehrin dört bir yanına yayılan yaratıcı platformlara ev sahipliği yapıyor.

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Blockchain Turkey fintech startups

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ATÖLYE Projects and Contributors

Institutions, corporations, projects, people and their partnerships in the crypto space in Turkey.

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What's happening at your department? Who else is using emerging tech? Using the search bar in the top left we find the Government Digital Service.

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patcon igaln igaln ayazagan Patrick Connolly, Igal Nassima, and 2 collaborators
Mar 15, 2016 ・149 nodes



Defining the purpose of your service Ask yourself: - Who are your API customers?  - Which exact problem of your customers will be solved by the API?  - Which features will the API provide...

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Are you planning to build a service that will offer an API? Then you are in the right place. This story will walk you through various aspects of API design and will try to assist you in making approp...

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graphcommons dara ahmetkizilay zeynoustun arikan Graph Commons, dara, and 3 collaborators
Nov 30, 2017 ・42 nodes

Graph Commons Dev Community

krmgns Kerem Güneş
Mar 15, 2016 ・358 nodes


Investigative journalism, organizational analysis, strategizing, archival exploration, content curation are some of the use cases for Graph Commons.