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 BeGraph is supported by the [[https://​www.google.com/​chrome/​|Chrome]] and [[https://​www.mozilla.org/​en-US/​|Mozilla Firefox]] Web Browsers. Both browsers give similar results with small networks, but Chrome is sometimes not able to load bigger networks. For those cases we recommend the use of Firefox because it can load more data, but it may need some tuning. You must modify the field **dom.max_script_running time** in **about:​config** changing it from 10 (default) to, say, 3600 (one hour). This allows Firefox to take its time to load the network, avoiding interruptions and annoying messages. BeGraph is supported by the [[https://​www.google.com/​chrome/​|Chrome]] and [[https://​www.mozilla.org/​en-US/​|Mozilla Firefox]] Web Browsers. Both browsers give similar results with small networks, but Chrome is sometimes not able to load bigger networks. For those cases we recommend the use of Firefox because it can load more data, but it may need some tuning. You must modify the field **dom.max_script_running time** in **about:​config** changing it from 10 (default) to, say, 3600 (one hour). This allows Firefox to take its time to load the network, avoiding interruptions and annoying messages.
  
-BeGraph requires WebGL 1.0 to run. Check if you have it installed ​using [[http://​webglreport.com/​|WebGL report]].+BeGraph requires WebGL 1.0 to run. Check if you have it available ​using [[http://​webglreport.com/​|WebGL report]].
  
 A mighty GPU is desirable for a nice visualization experience. We strongly discourage the use of GPU's integrated on the motherboard. A minimum quality dedicated hardware, like the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 with 4GB of memory, provides the render power to visualize the networks allowed in the standard BeGraph licenses. But take into account that the visual performance not only depends on the network size, but also on its topology and spatial layout. In particular, networks without internal structure, like the Erdös-Rényi random model, are the hardest ones to visualize. A mighty GPU is desirable for a nice visualization experience. We strongly discourage the use of GPU's integrated on the motherboard. A minimum quality dedicated hardware, like the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 with 4GB of memory, provides the render power to visualize the networks allowed in the standard BeGraph licenses. But take into account that the visual performance not only depends on the network size, but also on its topology and spatial layout. In particular, networks without internal structure, like the Erdös-Rényi random model, are the hardest ones to visualize.
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