Thank you Graphviz
I love graphviz. You feed in data in a simple, easy to generate format and it creates the most beautifully laid out visualisations from it.
I’m trying to make a triangular waveguide mesh, and wasn’t sure if my code was doing the right thing, so ran neato over the data and got this:
I didn’t tell it to lay them out in a hexagon, it just did because it was the simplest way of doing so. I then tried manually adding extra connections
HAHAHAAH HILARIOUS! 🙂
I have no idea what I’m looking at
The images are too small to make anything out.
Hi AnonymousInGermany, I added links to the original images, although I like the thumbnails for showing the overall effect. The nodes themselves aren’t interesting!
Thx Alex, really beatiful graphs. I could really use this at work to visualize large datasets for non-techie people I work with.
A bit more complex, albeit interactive:
There used to be something similar for .NET. Anybody remember what that was called?
Are we twisting graphics now, are we?
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?