View Single Post
Old 2011-12-31, 12:31   #13
science_man_88
 
science_man_88's Avatar
 
"Forget I exist"
Jul 2009
Dumbassville

26·131 Posts
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by schickel View Post
Spamming the thread....here is a start on one of RJ Mathar's diagrams using graphviz. Code looks like this:
Code:
digraph G { "17p" [shape=plaintext];
1425  [shape=plaintext];
455  [shape=plaintext];
775  [shape=plaintext];
1055  [shape=plaintext];
39 [shape=plaintext];
55 [shape=plaintext];
217 [shape=plaintext];
329 [shape=plaintext];
473 [shape=plaintext];
533 [shape=plaintext];
713 [shape=plaintext];
36 [shape=plaintext];
24 [shape=plaintext];
2245->455
4873->455
2465->775
3845->775
775->217
847->217
3177->1425
1425->1055
3153->1055
3625->1055
711->329
3487->329
2335->473
1771->533
2127->713
39 ->  "17p";
55 ->  "17p";
217 -> 39;
3383 -> 217;
3743 -> 217;
1055 -> 217;
4439 -> 217;
455->217
329->55
473->55
533->55
629->55
713->55
24->36
36->55
}
I don't see how to draw a cycle, though, since it only draws acyclic graphs.

So just 1.000.000 lines to add and then see how big a poster you need to print it on. (Just to build a tree with merges & terminations, and only if you show where each number goes to, not each line of a sequence.....)

Imagine what a live, 3D, zoomable render of the full sub-1M dataset would look like
I was thinking more a table/matrix recently but I can see what you are talking about, it could possibly been done with something like familyecho.com or ancestry.com . a cycle of 2 is like a grandchild named after there grandparent. quite linear the problem is it isn't going to fit in with all the other sequences in the tree.

Last fiddled with by science_man_88 on 2011-12-31 at 12:58
science_man_88 is offline   Reply With Quote