[Tutor] Interactive visualization in python

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Mon Nov 8 01:59:19 CET 2010


There is a non-Python commercial program called XMLSpy which displays a visual tree rendition of an XML schema (.xsd) file. The schema file can be created or manipulated with Python/ElementTree.

Maybe it can help you in your program development.

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  From: Aravind Venkatesan 
  To: tutor at python.org 
  Sent: Saturday, November 06, 2010 3:56 PM
  Subject: [Tutor] Interactive visualization in python


  This is Aravind. I am a university graduate student. I am looking for a software module or package to visualize a hierarchial tree data structure in python. Here's the problem:
  I have a tree(hierarchially represented) with set of nodes and edges. I would like to visualize this tree first. Then i would like to have each node a clickable object so that when a node in the tree is clicked using a mouse, i want to show some data associated with that node(probably a graph) in another popup window. What kind of packages exists in python which will help me solve this?



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