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Components for graphin




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This is Graphin's library of pre-built React components for common analytical use cases. Graphin is a graph analysis solution based on G6 4.x.

Components list:

| Component | Category | Description | | --------------- | ----------------------------- | --------------------------------------------------------------------------- | | ContextMenu | Interactive Component | Help users perform node or edge operations such as tagging or expansion | | Tooltip | Interactive Component | Help users quickly browse node or edge information | | MiniMap | Interactive Component | Help users to navigate around the canvas | | Toolbar | Interactive Component | Help users with canvas operations: zoom out, zoom in, full screen etc. | | RedoUndo | Interactive Component | Help users manage graph history | | FishEye | Interactive Component | Help users to enlarge cluttered graph details | | CreateEdge | Interactive Component | Help users draw connections between nodes | | Legend | Labeling Component | Displays categorical information about nodes and/or edges | | Hull | Labeling Component | Help users group similar nodes together | | Statistic | Labeling Component | Help users monitor canvas information | | SnapshotGallery | Analytical Component | Provide snapshot saving and replaying function as part of an image carousel | | LayoutSelector | Analytical Component | Help users switch layouts and configure layout options for optimal display | | Sheetbar | Analytical Component | Help users analyze and manage multiple canvases | | TableMode | Analytical Component | Help users view relational data as tables | | FindPathPanel | Algorithm Based Component | Help users calculate the shortest path and possible paths between two nodes | | MapMode | Advanced Analytical Component | Help users analyze geospatial relational data | | Timebar | Advanced Analytical Component | Help users analyze time series relational data |


npm install @antv/graphin-components --save

UMD bundle is available in releases. Peer dependencies: react, react-dom, antd.


import React from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';
import Graphin, { Utils } from '@antv/graphin';
import { Toolbar } from '@antv/graphin-components';

// Do not forget to import required CSS

const App = () => {
  const data = Utils.mock(10).graphin();
  return (
    <div className="App">
      <Graphin data={data}>
        <Toolbar />

const rootElement = document.getElementById('root');
ReactDOM.render(<App />, rootElement);


Please refer to Graphin Docs - Components


Please refer to Graphin Components API Doc