sorry to follow up on this again. There's one last thing missing that would be extremely helpful for me.

Edge _weights_ in Gephi can be time-dependent as well - you can see this if you have a network with time intervals and export an edge list as CSV from the Data Laboratory, for example. The format for time-dependent weights looks like this:

<[100.0, Infinity, 1.0]>

Or presumably, if there are different weights at different times,

<[100.0, 200.0, 1.0); [200.0, 300.0, 2.0]> etc.

Currently, Gephi doesn't accept time-dependent weights when importing edge list CSVs into the Data Laboratory, though. Here's a simple edge list which I've exported from the Data Laboratory:

When re-importing this into Gephi, the weights are simply set to 1. Is there any chance of fixing this? Hopefully it would be just a matter of being able to choose the data type for the weight field when importing CSVs?

Guys,

sorry to follow up on this again. There's one last thing missing that would be extremely helpful for me.

Edge _weights_ in Gephi can be time-dependent as well - you can see this if you have a network with time intervals and export an edge list as CSV from the Data Laboratory, for example. The format for time-dependent weights looks like this:

<[100.0, Infinity, 1.0]>

Or presumably, if there are different weights at different times,

<[100.0, 200.0, 1.0); [200.0, 300.0, 2.0]> etc.

Currently, Gephi doesn't accept time-dependent weights when importing edge list CSVs into the Data Laboratory, though. Here's a simple edge list which I've exported from the Data Laboratory:

Source,Target,Type,Id,Label,Weight,Time Interval2,,"<[100.0, Infinity, 1.0]>","<[100.0, 200.0); [400.0, Infinity]>"3,,"<[200.0, Infinity, 1.0]>","<[200.0, 400.0)>"

a,b,Directed,

b,c,Directed,

When re-importing this into Gephi, the weights are simply set to 1. Is there any chance of fixing this? Hopefully it would be just a matter of being able to choose the data type for the weight field when importing CSVs?

Axel