In the visualization above, we can see both the detail of the Brazilian group and a more high level view of how this group is connected to agents from different countries. The Brazilian agents are part of a Visual Group consisting of a container node (the node representing the Brazilian group as a whole) and a subgraph (the graph of relationships between Brazilian agents).
It’s possible to go further. A Visual Group can be embedded or nested into another Visual Group. In the example above, the Brazilian Visual Group is mixed with a French Visual Group into a larger Visual Group.
With Visual Groups, visualizations can be customized so that information can be presented in detail or synthesized dynamically based on the needs of the analysts.