Graph theory (a.k.a. network) library for analysis and visualisation : http://js.cytoscape.org
Cytoscape.js is a fully featured graph theory library. Do you need to model and/or visualise relational data, like biological data or social networks? If so, Cytoscape.js is just what you need.
Cytoscape.js contains a graph theory model and an optional renderer to display interactive graphs. This library was designed to make it as easy as possible for programmers and scientists to use graph theory in their apps, whether it's for server-side analysis in a Node.js app or for a rich user interface.
You can get started with Cytoscape.js with one line:
var cy = ;
Learn more about the features of Cytoscape.js by reading its documentation.
You can find the documentation and downloads on the project website.
Future versions of Cytoscape.js are planned in the milestones of the Github issue tracker. You can use the milestones to see what's currently planned for future releases.
Please refer to CONTRIBUTING.md.
To cite Cytoscape.js in a paper, please cite the Oxford Bioinformatics issue:
Cytoscape.js: a graph theory library for visualisation and analysis
Franz M, Lopes CT, Huck G, Dong Y, Sumer O, Bader GD
gulp. Of course,
npm install before using
gulp <target> in the console. The main targets are:
build(default) : build the library
clean: clean the
watch: automatically build lib and tests for debugging
zip: build the release ZIP
dist: update the distribution JS for npm, bower, etc.
test: run the Mocha unit tests
lint: lint the JS sources via eslint
benchmark: run benchmark regression tests
benchmark-single: run benchmarks only for the suite specified in
sniper: runs a BioJS sniper server that hosts demos
docs: build the documentation template
docsmin: build the documentation template with all resources minified
docspub: build the documentation for publishing (ZIPs, JS refs, etc.)
docspush: push the built documentation to js.cytoscape.org
unstabledocspush: push the built documentation to js.cytoscape.org/unstable
VERSIONenvironment variable, e.g.
Mocha tests are found in the test directory. The tests can be run in the browser or they can be run via Node.js (
gulp test or