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Calizo

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

Calizo is a calendar application using a timeline visualization with nearly unrestricted zooming. Thereby historical timelines, family history, and biographical information are manageable in the same way as day-to-day tasks, project management or life planing. Calizo is an open-source cross-plattform desktop application.

8.54K lines of code

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over 2 years since last commit

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gEpoch

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Epoch is small and handy timeline applicatiion. The time scale is accurate in the range from 1sec to several million years. Events can be positioned absolutely or relatively linked to another era.

28.9K lines of code

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over 5 years since last commit

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narrator

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Narrator is a cross-platform desktop application to fluidly define interactive, zoomable, scale-less network diagrams (also called node-link diagrams) that communicate dependency between information in a visually compelling and consistent manner. We call these diagrams "narratives". They are ... [More] represented as RDF files with links to external resources (e.g. images and documents) and can be published to the web as applets. Narrator was originally developed by Ben Suter and John Haymaker at Stanford University, has been used by students in Dr. Haymaker's courses in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and remains the subject of further academic research at CIFE. A collection of published narratives is available at http://narratives.stanford.edu/community/. Future plans include a server-based repository for narratives, providing multi-user collaborative read-write access and publishing for the public. Narrator has been used to create process maps, use case diagrams, organization charts, flow charts, timelines, for non-hierarchical document organization, and to represent dependencies within a single and multiple CAD models. How will you use Narrator? [Less]

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almost 9 years since last commit

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Licenses: MIT

mosaiz

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Welcome to MosaiZThis project aims at making Image Mosaics interactive and infinitely zoomable. GoalProvide a simple application on which to plug modular add ons Separate content and interactions Content is a scene graph (connecting images based if they compose a mosaic) Interactive environment is ... [More] a classic Zoomable User Interface (ZUI) TeamMain contact Romain Vuillemot Anyone else is welcomed! ReportsMosaiZ: Interactive Image Mosaics. R. Vuillemot, B. Rumpler. LIRIS Research Report. RR-LIRIS-2009-020. [Less]

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Licenses: GPL-3.0+

svnmap

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Imagine plotting the content of every file in a SVN repository on a zoomable map. Imagine being able to use a revision slider to watch the project develop in real time. This is SVN Map.

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about 8 years since last commit

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zoomabletree

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Experimental interface that allows users to quickly navigate through large hierarchical trees.

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about 10 years since last commit

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Licenses: MIT

cgvis

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

CGVis is a generic data visualization tool with an innovative zoomable user interface and animations which helps users to explore multidimensional data and find particular features in it. CGVis was greatly inspired by HCE (Hierarchical Clustering Explorer) of the University of Maryland. It was ... [More] conceptually designed at the Graz University of Applied Sciences FH JOANNEUM by Jochen Martin, Karl Lampret and Ilya Boyandin and was then developed by Ilya Boyandin and Erik Körner. CGVis runs on any Java SE-enabled platform. Features: Zoomable heat map view providing an overview of the whole input dataset Hierarchical clustering of elements and attributes Dendrogram in the heat map view Zoomable scatter plot view (2, 3, or 4 selected attributes are visualized by the dots' positions, sizes, and colors) Smooth animation in the scatter plot view when changing the axe/size/color attributes Element selection synchronization between the views Support for CSV input files Support for the XML-based CGV file format that provides facilities to load the input data from a database (see CGVis DataSources for details) Input data normalization (enabled by default) More screenshots Requirements: Java Standard Edition 5.0+ (can be freely downloaded here) Watch this demo for a quick overview (you can also download the demo as a zip archive here). If you have any questions or suggestions about CGVis, feel free to contact me via email: ilyabo@gmail.com. [Less]

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almost 6 years since last commit

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