A set of visual techniques utilizing the Prefuse toolkit that can be used to visualize graphs where nodes have several attributes associated with them. See Prof. Lisa Singh's paper on Multi-Modal graphs for a better description on the types of graphs/networks that are focused on.
A framework for transition between two visual layouts using animation. The framework relies on morphing between general polygons and has a utility to break down polygons into "visual components" (this is incomplete at the moment)
A force directed layout implemented using OpenCL. Uses the idea that items that are front and center are more important combined with Voronoi tessellation to create a layout that makes it easier to spot important nodes (based on some attribute) while preserving graph structure. In addition, this project attempts to let users interactively change the layout of larger graphs.