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XML 3D Node Diagram
Author(s):
Luke Murphy
Institution:
(unknown)
Year:
2005
URL:
http://lukelab.com/lab/noder/
Project Description:
XML 3D Node Diagram is a flash piece that allows anyone to load a xml file and see its structure drawn in a 3D cone diagram, tree form or branching structure which can then be rotated along the three axis, X, Y and Z. One can also zoom in the dynamic diagram in order to find and drag particular nodes. Changing the controls changes the form of the diagram; for example, by changing the sub node angle, the spread of the nodes automatically readjust.

If one doesn't want to load their own xml file, this flash application has already various sample feeds and data available for further analysis. The user can for instance visualize feeds from Yahoo News, Boing Boing, Slashdot, BBC World News, among others.

Comments (1):
I would like to talk to the developer of this application and discuss a possible project in the area of visualization of drug discovery knowledge . Please kindly contact me at the provided e-mail address. Xavier Mensa

Posted by Xavier Mensa on Mar 6, 2009 at 11:07 AM (GMT)

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