Is there a plugin to create a network graph of wiki pages?

I'm interested in creating a network graph of the pages in our wiki space. This would help identify orphans and general organization. Is there an easy way to do this?

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Ann Worley Atlassian Team Mar 21, 2016

Michael, I don't know of a bundled macro for creating a network graph but the Global Reports (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Global+Reports+Macro) macro "displays a list of links to some reports about content on your site. These reports include a list of new or updated pages, orphan pagesundefined pages, and RSS feeds for new pages and blog posts."

I tried the Global Reports Macro. It shows me new or updated pages, but the other links generate a 404  - File or directory not found error. Any ideas why? Also, is there a way to restrict this report to show results from a single space?

try the space graph plugin - perhaps it fits your needs?

 

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Mar 24, 2016

Hi Michael,

I actually wrote a user macro to create a network graph of all the pages in a particular space (based on incoming links to a page).  I'm not sure if I want to make it public for everyone yet, so maybe if you send me an e-mail at stephendeutsch1@gmail.com I can send it to you for you to try it out.

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