Showcase projects

These are projects we made using vis, or ones we received from the community. If you'd like your project to be featured here, please post an issue on our Git page.
MIDAS, Almende BV
MIDAS collects statistics of incidents during the production process. It analyses the manufacturing process and handles disruptive events during the ramp-up phase. We developed the software tool especially for this project, based on our tools, Eve and vis.js.
Pfizer, The ANTworks
This and the next entree are two case studies Jeroen Coumans created for a startup that specialises in patent analysis, and were featured on CNN Money, The Guardian, CNBC and the Financial Times. Both fully use vis.js for graph rendering, while the frontend is built with React.
Connecting Startups and Investors in Mobile Technology: As you can see in the visualization, nodes have a high betweenness centrality when they are at the intersection of different clusters. In the case of investors (square nodes), this implies that an investor with a varied portfolio of mobile technology investments can serve as a key connector based on its participation in multiple sub-communities of the network.
This and the previous entree are two case studies Jeroen Coumans created for a startup that specialises in patent analysis, and were featured on CNN Money, The Guardian, CNBC and the Financial Times. Both fully use vis.js for graph rendering, while the frontend is built with React.
This is an one Page Web App enabling you to mark spots/segments of podcasts and easily share those highlights with friends. Podcasts are typically mp3 audio files obtained via RSS feed so we have integrated a media player with custom controls. Podcast episodes are presented in sequence over a navigable timeline, which is also used to visualize single episodes and/or highlights playing second by second.
Prototype, The ANTworks
These are a few screenshots from an upcoming project by The ANTworks, giving a great example of how the style of vis can be customized.
The open-source project TiddlyMap heavily draws on the Vis.js library to turn the personal note-taking software TiddlyWiki into a full-blown concept-mapping tool. Graphs may be embedded in the overall wiki content to accompany the text at any place and clickable nodes allow fast topic navigation. The resulting graph-wiki-hybrid makes it incredibly easy to integrate, link and visualize ideas.
This is a tool for finding profitable trade routes in the game Elite: Dangerous. It uses the vis.js network module to display route options. Animation, select events and dynamic coloring enable graph navigation.
An application that shows the different styles of beers. Each beer style with its own specifications, beers brands and beer family which it belongs to. Feel free to contribute your knowledge and build a better graph using the forms.
A web app for visualizing the connections between Wikipedia pages.
A web tool to see relationship between Twitter users.
Tree Of Science is an interactive catalogue of sciences. It is a russian school project.
Siriusmodeselektor is a collaboration of two electronic music acts: Siriusmo and Modeselektor. The site is built around vis.Timeline and uses it to display dates and photos/videos from their tour in 2015.
RailRoad SRFB is a small hack dealing with Grammars and formal language representation. Vis is used there to show a tree representation of a valid expression i.e. conformant to the grammar rules.
PowerHA is a disaster recovery project where we developed a graphical interface for the command line system out clients has been using. Timeline is a graphical representation of all the events occurring in the environment over certain period of time.
This is a simple and free to use prototype application that employs "screen scraping" written in PHP 7 to gather data from the Google Patent Search. It then formats it into a timeline that can be interacted with.
Robtex aims to make the fastest and most comprehensive free DNS lookup tool on the Internet and uses vis to dynamically display DNS graphs.
This interactive route planner and map for the SciFi Universe StarCitize makes use of graph features such as physics enabled on links, manual persistent positions for the nodes (user can make custom layouts), and custom icons based on the logic.