Sentinel Visualizer Version 6 offers many fabulous, new features to remain the best value of any link analysis software package.
The free Reader program allows you to share your work with non-Sentinel Visualizer owners. Create your diagrams and distribute them to your clients and colleagues. Let them open your link charts and drill-down to details and metadata without being connected to your database. For more information for this feature introduced with Version 6.2, visit Reader for Sentinel Visualizer.
Sentinel Visualizer has always displayed colors of Entities and Relationships based on various Network Metrics. Now, for quick identification of the most important items, you can dynamically change the size of the Entities and Relationships based on those same Network Metrics.
In previous versions, you could squelch the Gradients only on the lower bound. In Version 6, the squelch tool supports filtering by both lower and upper bounds.
In Version 5.x, you could squelch Weights, Values, and Counts only on a less-than value. In Version 6, the squelch tool supports filtering by both less-than and greater-than values.
Sentinel Visualizer now allows you to collapse expanded entities in order to hide unwanted links, for a less-cluttered visualization … yet maintain the ability to expand the links, if desired.
Selecting an Entity or Relationship now highlights all one-degree-connected items for easier readability.
When the visualizer is showing multiple (disconnected) networks you can now filter them based on the number of Entities in the network. It's a quick-and-easy way to remove very small (or very large) networks from the visualizer.
Entities can be color-coded on the visualizer based on Lookup Metadata types. For example, Entities’ colors can change by Gender, where Male is blue and Female is Red.
We've added performance optimizations allowing the networks to appear on the screen more quickly.
You can export the data in the Visualizer to XML. This allows you to easily send data to other software programs.
In the event of a software “exception,” Sentinel Visualizer continues to operate.