HI guys, I wonder if you can help me at all. I'm going to be involved in a "data visualization" project, meaning that I have to find a good way to visualize some data. What do you mean I hear you say? Well, we have some data and we have to make it look attractive (this data is a little interactive in that users will be able to interact with it, like drag and drop stuff etc). I have absolutely zero experience with visualization and I'm looking around the net for ideas. So, I was just wondering if any of …

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There are precious few archaeologists in Japan, and only a handful who produce their own software programs to analyze geographic information. One who does is Professor [Izumi Niiro](http://www.okayama-u.ac.jp/user/arch/about/niiro.html) of the Okayama University. A convert from Perl, Professor Niiro now uses Python to perform data analysis via the Geographic Resources Analysis Support System (GRASS) in order to accurately survey the Japanese burial grounds known as Kofun that were built between the third and seventh centuries. The largest Kofun site in the Okayama Prefecture in Japan is also the fourth largest in the whole of Japan. The 'Tsukuriyama Kofun' is the burial …

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1- Offer higher levels of performance 2- 24/7 services operations 3- Ability to grow as the business goes 4- Allow business be up 24 hours x 7 days a week 5- Reduce initial investment in hardware, but keep quality of the services and more and more reductions: such as in power, human resources and the list goes on.

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Hi I need to animate user defined algorithms and I have a myGraph class. The dfs() and bfs() will go into the user-defined algorithm the user types and saves in a text-editor included with my program. I am checking the adjacency matrix to know if two vertex are connected by an edge. The problem I am having is that vertices are intersecting each other. How can I solve this problem; having a limit for the number of elements/vertex is acceptable. Thanks in advance! graphNode class: [CODE] public class graphNode { public String label; public boolean visited=false; public graphNode(String l) { …

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Hi I have to develop an algorithm visualization tool for my project. I divided my tool into these 4 modules below: [QUOTE]The tool will be divided into 4 modules: -The GUI -The Visualisation module -The Calculate module -The Compile module The GUI the GUI class is the class that forms the GUI. Various Swing components will be used in this class to build the GUI. The visual representation classes(data structures) of the Visualisation module will be instantiated from the GUI class when the user generates an event(selecting menu items). The Visualisation module The visual representations Java classes(classes for Array, Stack, …

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Hi I have a project in which I have to build an algorithm visualization tool. Up until now I have been going in a static direction thinking of having in built menus that allowed a user to create an animation of a sorting algorithms but now my tutor wants me to make the tool more dynamic by allowing user defined algorithms that is my tool should be able to animate user defined algorithms. However I have no real idea of how to do this, I searched around a lot and guessed that I would allow the user to type the …

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