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Genetic Programming TreeVisualizer
Author(s):
(unknown)
Institution:
Geneffects
Year:
2004
URL:
http://www.geneffects.com/genetic-programming/
Project Description:
Understanding the results of genetic programming can be a daunting task. Are the trees being generated correctly? Are recombination and mutation happening as desired? Which branches are more stable than others - where is the evolution taking place?

Genetic Programming TreeVisualizer is a free, open source function tree rendering and visualization Java code that can quickly answer some of these questions. It allows seeing what a tree looks like from one generation to the next. One could view the best individual per generation in a sequence of images to see how evolution is affecting the population. This heuristic feel for what is going on could provide valuable insight and inspiration for any Genetic Programming experiment.

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