Comes with a wikipedia parser by joreg.
has several force models implemented:
to install the plugin, just put the folder in the zip inside your /plugins directory in your external contributions folder. remember, you should never put custom content into the vvvv folder.
Large ups!!! Thanx
but that _root_force_directed.v4p isn't meant to be there i think?
right.. ehm.. forgot that in the folder, thanks!
That is pure gold tonfilm !
Well done, and big thanks !
I'll be giving this a good test over the weekend.
what do you see as performance limits? what is the fastest method?
looksgood as stereoskopic 16x4m projection
Hummm joreg ...
I dont know how does the wikipedia parser works but when I write "woman" I obtain a nice graph whith strange associated words like :
And when I write "man" I obtain : "Albert Einstein" ...
@rogerlette: makes sense to me
Ahoi tf & gregsn,
I'm fondly using FDG for a current thesis work, here's a wish list:
Any chance of an updated version?
Had to edit some BS from my last post :]
Ouch! Just discovered the forces data is global! So if you use more than one node, you cannot independently set their parameters. Even the 2D pin is global, so you cannot have one 2D and one 3D graph. Double ouch!
Is there another version of this around? If not, I'll refactor this one.
Great plugin though, tonfilm, thanks!
ofc this was not intended, if you find the bug feel free to upload a better version.
Since I can`t figure out how...is the a way to spread the Force Directed Graph.
In order to get a stack of FDGs layer on top of each other with individual Input for "From" and "To"?
I currently have an result like img1 - but like to have one like img2.
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