PageRank Simulator

Pubblicato il da Stefano Cazzella in Software

The PageRank Simulator is a simulation environment for the page rank algorithm. You can design a page network (a graph) and calculate the page rank for every page. The pages could be arranged in page groups and more scenarios could be compared. The following tutorial gives you an idea of the main functionalities of the PageRank Simulator.

To download and run the PageRank Simulator you should have a Java Runtime Enviroment 1.5+ with Java Web Start enabled.

The PageRank Simulator can be used freely for personal and commercial purposes. If you publish analysis or images realized with the help of this software, please reference it, its author (Stefano Cazzella) and this page in your publications.

Tutorial

Download and Run

Java Web Start (JWS) is an easy way to launch full-featured, always-updated applications with a single click from your Web browser. It is included with the latest Java runtimes (JRE). If JRE (version 1.5 or above) is installed on your computer, you can run the most recent version of the PageRank Simulator clicking the following link.

If the link above doesn’t work, you can update your Java version here or get other Java Web Start versions and information from their product page.

History

1.0 – The first GA release of the PageRank Simulator

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