From this page you can download the latest version of Social Network Visualizer. There are installation packages and binaries for the three major Operating Systems (Windows, Mac and Linux) as well as links for the source code.
Click one of the buttons below to download the latest version package for your Operating System. If there is no package for your OS, please download and compile the source code (last icon).
Warning for Windows Defender users: Windows Defender might alert you about a threat in SocNetV windows installer. This is a false positive as the installer is automatically created in Appveyor CI and checked for virus with VirusTotal. As you can see in this link, our installer is clean from any harmful agent. If Windows Defender keeps complaining please disable it temporarily, install SocNetV, and then reenable Windows Defender. For your peace of mind, scan the installed files with Defender to verify that they pose no security threat.
Warning for Linux users: On most Linux distributions, there are versions of SocNetV in the official distro repositories, but these are usually quite older and unsupported. For that reason, users of openSUSE, Fedora and Ubuntu are advised to add our repositories (openSUSE/Fedora and Ubuntu PPA) to install and automatically update to the latest and greatest SocNetV version through the package manager (i.e.
apt-get install socnetv). If you do not know how to add our repositories in your distro, please read the Instructions in the Manual.
To compile the source code, please see Instructions.
Warning: The development is not always stable. Use at your own risk!
You can clone the development branch (called "develop") of SocNetV with the command
git clone -b develop --single-branch https://github.com/socnetv/app.git socnetv
A new directory called socnetv will be created. To build the development version, install the qt5 libraries and afterwards change dir into socnetv
and enter the following two commands to compile it:
If you have Qt5 installed, a binary file named socnetv (or socnetv.exe) will be created. You can run it by
./socnetv (in Linux and Mac) or
socnetv.exe (in Windows)