
I'm trying to make a huge graph but it seems that it has a limit on the number of vertex. Does anyone have any info on that?



Hello, Pork:
(I've been waiting for years to use that greeting.)
NodeXL is optimized for small to mediumsized graphs, which means graphs with several thousand vertices and several thousand edges. It can be used with tens of thousands of vertices and edges, but its performance slows down significantly with graphs
that large. It takes a long time to show the graph, and selecting vertices and edges in the graph pane or workbook can be rather slow.
I definitely do not recommend that NodeXL be used on graphs that have hundreds of thousands of vertices or edges. It has not been tested with graphs that large and will likely fail with difficulttounderstand error messages if you try it.
 Tony



But my graph doesn't have more than hundred vertices and not even a thousand edges. I my current state it doesn't even have 20 vertices u.u'''



A hundred vertices and a thousand edges should work just fine. What exactly is the problem you've run into? Are you getting some sort of error message, or are your vertices and edges not appearing in the graph pane when you refresh the graph,
or what?
 Tony

