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treemaps « HIDIHO! this one’s about treemaps aka space constrained visualization of hierarchical data. treemap is shorter :) what is it ?
The Treemap 4.0 Demo is a Java Applet and requires your browser to have the Java 1.4 plugin. Treemap 4.0 Demo
Overview A visual representation of a data tree, where each node can have zero or more children, and one parent (except for the root, which has no parents). Each node is displayed as a rectangle, sized and colored according to values that you assign. Sizes and colors are valued relative to all other nodes in the graph. Visualization: Treemap - Google Chart Tools - Google Code
By: Jeff Clark Date: Sat, 08 Apr 2006 Hello and welcome to my weblog! Discovering and Illustrating Patterns in Data
Squarified Treemaps with source !! | code zen Treemaps (sometimes called heatmaps) are one of my favorite data visualization techniques, and it has taken me a while to finally figure out how to do them. The idea is simple: Each component is represented by a rectangle whose area is proportional to the ‘weight’ or relative importance of the item. I finally did find a technical paper on the idea and have implemented it in my source code. The algorithm efficiently finds what the best dimensions should be for the rectangle keeping its length-to-width ratio as close to one as possible.
src/com/arpitonline at master from arpit/treemaps - GitHub
David Wynne's Blog : Silverlight Treemap Algorithm I recently had a requirement to deal with displaying groups of dynamic data in Silverlight. The data will come in a variable number of groups, with a variable number of items in each group.